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WELCOME. Professional Growth and Evaluation System. Progress of Work. History Overview Timeline. Background. Wallace work Race to the Top Practitioner input to develop rubrics. Guidance.

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Professional Growth and Evaluation System

progress of work
Progress of Work
  • History
  • Overview
  • Timeline
  • Wallace work
  • Race to the Top
  • Practitioner input to develop rubrics
  • Teacher and Principal Effectiveness Steering Committee(s) (KASA, KSBA, KEA, JCTA, CPE, colleges and universities, EPSB, parents, and individual teachers, principals and superintendents).
paradigm shift
  • Transitioning from Teacher & Principal Quality to Teacher & Principal Effectiveness
  • Grassroots effort to develop teacher & principal expectations
  • Holistic approach to determining teacher & principal effectiveness
paradigm shift1
  • Use student data to inform evaluation
  • Meet mandates associated with federal funding
  • Validity and reliability study
  • Maintain teacher protections
characteristics of the new system
Characteristics of the New System

Moves the discussion from teacher quality (as measured by degrees/rank) to teacher & leader effectiveness (are students learning?)

Focuses on teacher and principal professional growth; is fair and equitable to those being evaluated

characteristics of the new system1
Characteristics of the New System
  • Developed through a collaborative, inclusive and transparent process
  • Comprehensive/holistic approach incorporating multiple measures.
what progress has been made to date
What progress has been made to date?
  • Through a focus group process, 25 volunteer districts recommended changes to the initial and subsequent rubrics over the course of 2010-11. A design team of KDE, KLA*, and Education Partners incorporated those changes to create revised version(s) of the rubric.
  • The recommended changes were submitted

to the steering committees on three

separate occasions for review and

additional recommendations, using a focus

group cycle to receive input.

A professional development initiative within the Kentucky Association of School

Administrators (KASA).

progress to date implementation cycle
Progress to Date: Implementation Cycle

The feedback loop provided local districts and steering committee members the opportunity

to inform the work at each stage of the process.

progress to date guidance from experts
Progress to Date: Guidance from Experts
  • James Stronge (2-day training, April 2011; review of rubric), Charlotte Danielson, Robert Pianta, Doug Reeves, Jon Saphier, Laura Goe
  • Experts on the Val-Ed* 360 degree component of the principal rubric are scheduled to be brought in to work with the principal effectiveness steering committee
  • and volunteer districts.

The Vanderbilt Assessment for Leadership in EducationTM (VAL-ED) is a research-

based evaluation tool that measures the effectiveness of school leaders by providing a

detailed assessment of a principal's performance.

next steps development work
Next Steps: Development Work
  • Continued steering committee and volunteer district meetings scheduled for the upcoming year.
  • Revisions to the rubric will continue based on data gleaned from initial focus group and steering committee work.
  • Large-scale field-testing will occur during the 2011-2012

school year.

  • Communication of the status of the work to

interested parties through presentations to

organizations will continue (KASA, NMSA,


rubric discussion
Rubric Discussion
  • Clarify

What questions do you have?

  • Value

What have you found that you like?

  • Support

How does this support your

current work?

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