Michigan’s Council on Educator Effectiveness. Educator Evaluation Discussion. Objectives:. Discuss the charge of the Michigan Council for Educator Effectiveness (MCEE ) Summarize the MCEE Interim Report Provide an Overview of the Pilot. Michigan Public Act 102 of 2011 (HB 4627).
Educator Evaluation Discussion
Must notify Gov. Council by November 1st of exemption
Advisory committee appointed by the Governor
The Michigan Council for Educator Effectiveness will develop a fair, transparent, and feasible evaluation system for teachers and school administrators. The system will be based on rigorous standards of professional practice and of measurement. The goals of this system is to contribute to enhanced instruction, improve student achievement, and support ongoing professional learning.
New York: 40% state assessments w/local assessments approved by State
Arizona: 33% - 50% of evaluation, locals determine multiple measures, tested subject areas must use State data for one measure
Colorado: 50% growth on state assessments and “other” measures for non-tested subjects
Delaware: 50% school-wide assessment measure based on State assessment (30%) and student cohort assessment (20%)
Florida:50% on State assessments for teachers in tested subjects (40% if less than 3 years of data) and 30% on State assessment for teachers in non-tested subjects
Question #1: Should the State evaluation data (i.e. MEAP, MME, etc.) be the only source of student growth data? Why or why not?
Question #2: Should local student growth models be allowed? Why or why not?
Question #3: If you agree that multiple measures should be allowed, what percentage would you give each of the multiple measures?
Question #4: How should we measure teachers in non-tested subjects such as band or auto mechanics?