KEEP And Student Growth Measures for Building Leaders. Lawrence School District, May 14, 2014 Bill Bagshaw, Assistant Director, TLA, KSDE Kayeri Akweks, Education Program Consultant TLA, KSDE.
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Lawrence School District, May 14, 2014
Assistant Director, TLA, KSDE
Education Program Consultant
Today we will cover:KEEP Building Leader Evaluation Process Using Multiple Student Growth MeasuresFinal Summative RatingKEEP Repository
Implement teacher and principal evaluation and support systems that:
Reliability refers to the consistency of an assessment.
VALIDITY vs. RELIABILITY:
Factual vs. Consistent
School district evaluators attend professional learning activities that address the issue of inter-rater agreement relative to using the KEEP Rubrics.
The same expectations apply to districts using an evaluation system other than KEEP.Inter-Rater Agreement
Kansas State Assessments used as a Student Growth Measure are only required for teachers of tested grades and subjects.
The change in student achievement for an individual student between two points in time, determined using multiple measures
Multiple Student Growth Measures, Effectiveness, Significance
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Kansas school districts will include student growth as a significant factor in the evaluation of classroom teachers and building leaders.
LEAs should use the commercially purchased and locally developed student growth measures they currently have. State assessments are required as given.
All districts will identify student growth measures to be used and provide them to the KSDE (in a format to be determined) by June 30, 2014.
Must meet all three student growth measures to be considered highly effective or its equivalent for the Student Growth Measures Summary Rating.
NOTE: Kansas State Assessments used as a Student Growth Measure are only required for teachers of tested grades and subjects.Matrix Used to Determine Summative Evaluation Rating Rules:
Common assessments must be created in consultation with a school administrator with expertise in assessments, special education, ELL specialist and content expert.
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