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1 Update on Teacher and Principal Evaluation Implementation of ARS

2 Arizona Revised Statutes § (A)(38)  The State Board of Education shall…”on or before December 15, 2011 adopt and maintain a model framework for a teacher and principal evaluation instrument that includes quantitative data on student academic progress that accounts for between thirty-three percent and fifty percent of the evaluation outcomes and best practices for professional development and evaluator training. School districts and charter schools shall use an instrument that meets the data requirements established by the State Board of Education to annually evaluate individual teachers and principals beginning in school year 2012 – 2013.”

3 Framework Requirements  ADE Adopted Model Framework for Educator Effectiveness April, 2011  By School Year: District must adopt classroom evaluation system and professional expectation tool; AND  District must identify the student achievement data to be assigned to each teacher based on their status as a Group A or Group B teacher  Group A: Teachers with valid and reliable classroom level student achievement data such as: AIMs, Stanford 10  Group B: Teachers with almost no valid and reliable classroom level student achievement data. Therefore, school-level data used such as: AIMs, Stanford 10, AZ Learns Label  PUSD estimates that at least 70% of teachers will be Group B

4 Framework: Evaluation System Requirements  Classroom Observation and Professional Responsibility Tool must be :  Rubric Based  Tied to Arizona Teaching Standards: InTasc  PUSD adopted Evaluation System 2011, without the data requirement

5 PUSD Evaluation System: Today  Professional Development:  Over 50 hours of training for administrators on the PUSD Teacher Evaluation System  Teachers trained on the four different modules of the PUSD Teacher Evaluation System  Teachers and Administrators surveyed to solicit feedback on the process and the instrument  Site visits by Deputy Superintendent and Human Resources to every school to help provide understanding around the Framework

6 PUSD Plans for Continuous Improvement for Current Evaluation Process  Reconvening Governing Board appointed Certified Teacher Evaluation Committee (CTEC) to look at current evaluation tool and system  Committee will:  Analyze survey data from both teachers and administrators  Make recommendations for changes, based on survey data and new research  Administration will bring back CTEC’s recommendations to Governing Board for approval

7 Data Requirements- Group A

8 Possible Data Weighting for Group A Sample 1: 33% Classroom-level data 17% School-level data 50% Teaching Performance Sample 2: 50% Classroom-level data 50% Teaching Performance Sample 3: 33% Classroom-level data 67% Teaching Performance

9 Data Requirement - Group B

10 Possible Data Weighting Group B  Sample 1:  17% Classroom-level data  33% School-level data  50% Teaching Performance  Sample 2:  50% School-level data  50% Teaching Performance Sample 3:  33% School-level data  67% Teaching Performance

11 Data, Data, Data  November, 2011 – Administration Formed Teacher Evaluation Data Committee  80 participants district-wide participated in 5 meetings  Developed understanding around the Framework and the requirements of ARS Group A and Group B Valid and Reliable Data  Teachers, Specialists and Administrators formed groups by subject area or grade level and helped to identify valid and reliable data  Large committee recommended the percentage of data for Group A and Group B

12 Teacher Evaluation: Data Component Next Steps  Create a PUSD Standing Data Committee  Committee composed primarily of teachers  Review the Data Committee’s work and formalize it for Governing Board approval Formulate the data points and process needed to satisfy ARS and the Framework Fair and equitable data components Recommendation regarding use of data in employment decision making

13 Adoption Plan for  Administration Seek Governing Board approval by May for the following:  Revised Observation and Professional Responsibilities Tool  Data Components by Grade/Subject Area  Outline process developing valid and reliable assessments for Group B subjects

14 Questions on Teacher Evaluation

15 Development of PUSD Principal Evaluation  Fall Principal Evaluation Committee (PEC) was Formed  Composed of K12, HR, Principals, Assistant Principals, PPA  Process for PEC:  Created understanding about the State Framework and the requirements of ARS  Reviewed research on principal evaluation and best practices

16 Framework Requirements for Principal Evaluations (and AP in PUSD)  Principals evaluated on their Educational Leadership (at least 50% of evaluation score) and the tool must be:  Rubric Based  Tied to ISSLC Standards  Student Achievement Data Incorporated  At least 33% will be school’s performance on statewide assessments  Program or grade-level data can be an optional 17%

17 Principal Evaluation

18 Principal Data Requirements and Options

19 SAMPLE WEIGHTING PRINCIPAL EVALUATIONS  Sample 1:  33% School-level data  17% System/School-level data  50% Instructional leadership  Sample 2:  50% School-level data  50% Instructional leadership Sample 3:  33% School-level data  67% Instructional leadership

20 Principal Evaluation  Next Steps  Gain consensus on the Educational Leader Practices portion of the evaluation system  Formulate the data points and process needed to satisfy ARS and the Framework  Seek Governing Board approval by May

21 Questions on Principal Evaluation


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