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1 Educator Effectiveness 101 Senate Bill Overview [Insert your name]

2 Agenda Colorado’s Goals and Priorities Educator Effectiveness Research Senate Bill Review Guiding Principles of State Model Evaluation System CDE Model Evaluation System Pilot Timeline for Implementation of S.B CDE Contacts

3 Vision All students in Colorado will become educated and productive citizens capable of succeeding in a globally competitive workforce. Mission The mission of CDE is to shape, support, and safeguard a statewide education system that prepares students for success in a globally competitive world. Together We Can

4 Successful students Ensure every student is on track to graduate postsecondary and workforce ready. Increase achievement for all students and close achievement gaps. Ensure students graduate ready for success in postsecondary education and the workforce. Increase national and international competitiveness for all students. Great teachers and leaders Increase and support the effectiveness of all educators. Optimize the preparation, retention, and effectiveness of new educators. Eliminate the educator equity gap. Outstanding schools and districts Increase school and district performance. Foster innovation and expand access to a rich array of high quality school choices for students. Best education system in the nation Lead the nation in policy, innovation, and positive outcomes for students. Operate with excellence, efficiency, and effectiveness to become the best SEA in the nation. Attract and retain outstanding talent to CDE. Students Educators Schools/ Districts State GOALS

5 PowerPoint Template Driving Questions What do we want students, educators, schools, and districts to know and be able to do? How will we know if expectations are met? How will we respond when help is needed and to support continued growth? Colorado Academic Standards Assessments RTI PBSI Targeted interventions IEPs Educator quality standards Educator evaluations Induction Mentoring Professional development plans Remediation plans Performance indicators School and district performance frameworks Unified planning Priority Turnaround Students Educators Schools/ Districts Schools/ Districts

6 Expanding Student Learning

7 Measures of educator effectiveness and student postsecondary and workforce readiness Effectiveness Management Increase and support the effectiveness of all educators Talent Pipeline Attract and develop the best educators Strategic Partnerships/ Committees Policy, Metrics and Monitoring Recruitment Educator Preparation Licensure Hiring/ Placement Induction Professional Dev. Evaluation And Support Retention Equity Initiatives Vision: Effective educators for every student and effective leaders for every school Mike CDE Educator Effectiveness Unit

8 Agenda Colorado’s Goals and Priorities Educator Effectiveness Research Senate Bill Review Guiding Principles of State Model Evaluation System CDE Model Evaluation System Pilot Timeline for Implementation of S.B CDE Contacts

9 Why Focus on Educator Effectiveness? “We know that the quality of our educators is by far the single most important factor in driving student achievement and closing the achievement gap.” -Kati Haycock, Good Teaching Matters – How Well Qualified Teachers Can Close the Gap, Education Trust. 1998

10 Educator Effectiveness Research

11 Educator Effectiveness Research

12 Agenda Colorado’s Goals and Priorities Educator Effectiveness Research Senate Bill Review Guiding Principles of State Model Evaluation System CDE Model Evaluation System Pilot Timeline for Implementation of S.B CDE Contacts

13 Senate Bill : The Big Picture Requires statewide minimum standards for what it means to be an “effective” teacher or principal Requires annual evaluation of all teachers and principals Changes non-probationary status from one that is earned based upon years of service to one that is earned based upon three consecutive years of demonstrated effectiveness Provides that non-probationary status may be lost based upon consecutive years of ineffectiveness. Requires that all teachers and principals be evaluated at least 50 percent on the academic growth of their students Prohibits forced placement of teachers Makes non-probationary status “portable”

14 Senate Bill10-191: Teacher Evaluation From Evaluations based on principal judgment alone with little inter-rater reliability and inconsistent implementation Multiple parts but with summative results being binary (“Satisfactory”/ “Unsatisfactory”) Development opportunities not adequately linked to identified areas for improvement (one-size fits all PD) To Multiple measures aligned to Quality Standards with student achievement at the core and steps in place to ensure evaluator consistency (inter-rater agreement) Differentiated ratings reflecting a continuum of performance Meaningful and ongoing feedback identifying growth areas and ability to access individualized professional development Impact Teachers agree that the evaluation process is meaningful and results in accurate assessment of performance Evaluation process promotes teachers’ professional growth and impacts student learning Teachers are supported in their ongoing professional growth.

15 Agenda Colorado’s Goals and Priorities Educator Effectiveness Research Senate Bill Review Guiding Principles of State Model Evaluation System CDE Model Evaluation System Pilot Timeline for Implementation of S.B CDE Contacts

16 Guiding Principles of State Evaluation System 1.Data should inform decisions, but human judgment will always be an essential component of evaluations. 2.The implementation and evaluation of the system must embody continuous improvement. 3.The purpose of the system is to provide meaningful and credible feedback that improves performance. 4.The development and implementation of educator evaluation systems must continue to involve all stakeholders in a collaborative process. 5.Educator evaluations must take place within a larger system that is aligned and supportive.

17 Continuous Improvement State model system developed Local evaluation systems implemented CDE collects data State Council makes recommendations Rules reviewed and revised

18 Agenda Colorado’s Goals and Priorities Educator Effectiveness Research Senate Bill Review Guiding Principles of State Model Evaluation System CDE Model Evaluation System Pilot Timeline for Implementation of S.B CDE Contacts

19 Pilot Period Is used to develop, identify and/or test the following:  Principal and teacher rubrics  Measures of student academic growth  Method to collect teacher input for principal evaluations  Method to collect student and family perception data  Method to aggregating measures and assign final evaluation ratings  CDE monitoring methods

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21 Agenda Colorado’s Goals and Priorities Educator Effectiveness Research Senate Bill Review Guiding Principles of State Model Evaluation System CDE Model Evaluation System Pilot Timeline for Implementation of S.B CDE Contacts

22 Year One Development and Beta Testing CDE ACTIVITIES Develop State Model Systems for teachers and principals Beta-testing of rubrics and tools Develop technical guidelines on Professional Practices and Student Growth Provide differentiated support for districts Populate and launch online Resource Bank Develop state data collection and monitoring system Develop tools for district implementation of system Year Two Pilot and Rollout CDE ACTIVITIES Usability study of rubrics Support pilot districts through resources, training, tools, etc. Convene pilot districts to share lessons learned Analyze pilot district data and make adjustments as needed Train ALL non-pilot districts that are using the state model Make Recommendations on other licensed personnel (OLP) to State Board of Education (SBE) Year Three Pilot and Rollout CDE ACTIVITIES Statewide assistance on rollout of evaluation systems Develop evaluation system for other licensed personnel Support all districts through resources, trainings, tools, etc. Convene pilot districts to share lessons learned Analyze state data and make adjustments to the system as needed Validate teacher and principal rubrics Develop criteria for evaluation training courses for approval by CDE Year Four Full Statewide Implementation CDE ACTIVITIES Finalize statewide implementation of teacher/principal systems Pilot OLP rubrics Continue support to districts via resources and training Ensure there are evaluator training courses throughout the state Analyze data and make adjustments as needed Make recommendations to SBE this year and all following years for Continuous Improvement Timeline of Implementation

23 Agenda Colorado’s Goals and Priorities Educator Effectiveness Research Senate Bill Review Guiding Principles of State Model Evaluation System CDE Model Evaluation System Pilot Timeline for Implementation of S.B CDE Contacts

24 Contact Information Katy Anthes Toby King Michael Gradoz Britt Wilkenfeld Jean Williams Dawn Paré Courtney Cabrera Amy Skinner Katie Lams For more information, please visit:


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