Rating Tools Rulemaking. Principals and Nonteaching Professional Employees Adding Sections 19.2 and 19.3 to 22 Pa. Code Chapter 19 Authorized by Section 1123. Rating system. Public School Code 24 P.S. § 11-1123 – Act 82 – 2012. Educator Effectiveness Rating Tool
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Rating Tools Rulemaking
Principals and Nonteaching Professional Employees
Adding Sections 19.2 and 19.3 to 22 Pa. Code Chapter 19Authorized by Section 1123. Rating system. Public School Code24 P.S. § 11-1123 – Act 82 – 2012
Educator Effectiveness Rating Tool
Title 22 Pa. Code Chapter 19http://www.pacode.com/secure/data/022/chapter19/chap19toc.html
§ 19.1. Classroom teacher effectiveness rating tool. Published 6/22/2013, Effective 7/1/2013
§ 19.2. Principal effectiveness rating tool.
§ 19.3. Nonteaching professional employee effectiveness rating tool.
Sections 19.2 and 19.3 - Introduction, Rating Forms and Domains
…functions as a framework for the evaluation and summative process …
Planning and preparation
Delivery of service
Leadership for Learning
Professional and Community Leadership
Sections 19.2 and 19.3 – Instructions
Principal/School Leader – A building principal, an assistant principal, a vice principal or a director of vocational education.
NTPE - Nonteaching professional employeeAn education specialist or a professional employee who provides services other than classroom instruction, and includes employees with instructional certification who are not categorized as “classroom teachers” by the LEA.
A signed copy of the rating form shall be provided to the employee.
The rating tool is not intended to establish mandates or requirements for the formative process of supervising employees.
This rating form, section or chapter may not be construed to limit or constrain the authority of the chief school administrator of an LEA to initiate and take action on a personnel matter, including dismissal of an employee, based on information and data available at the time of the action.
Professional Observation and Practice
Principal/School Leader – 50% / NTPE - 80%
Summative process – Observation and EvidenceDomains and Frameworks (available on PDE websites)
Does not impose mandates on supervisory and formative process utilized by LEAS
LEAs need to categorize the positions of NTPEs. They are employees holding certificates issued by the Department who are not assigned classroom teacher or principal positions. Examples include, but are not limited to, the following:
Education specialist (22 Pa. Code §§ 49.101-105).
Instructional (22 Pa. Code §§ 49.82-83, 49.142-143).
Administrative and supervisory (22 Pa. Code §§ 49.111 and 49.121).
Principal/School Leader – 50%
Building Level Data/Building Level Score (SPP) - 15%
Correlation Data – 15% “Teacher-level measures” – Building level, teacher specific and elective data compared to ratings of teachers’ practice
Elective Data – 20%
NTPE - 20%
Building Level Score (SPP) - Student performance of all students in the school building in which the nonteaching professional employee is employed
Final Provisions: Recordkeeping and LEA Alternative Rating Tool