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Copyright © The Center for Educational Effectiveness, 2003-10. All Rights Reserved. EES Staff v9.0 Comparison 1 EDUCATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SURVEY v9.0- Staff Edition Comparison Report
Copyright © The Center for Educational Effectiveness, 2003-10. All Rights Reserved. EES Staff v9.0 Comparison 2 The Center for Educational Effectiveness, Inc. The Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) is a service, consulting, and research organization dedicated to the mission of partnering with K-12 schools to improve student learning. NOTICE The Center for Educational Effectiveness, Inc. (CEE) makes substantial effort to ensure the accurate scoring, analysis, and reporting of the results of the Educational Effectiveness Survey. However, CEE makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. CEE shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material. Published by: The Center for Educational Effectiveness, Inc. 2249 152nd Ave. NE. Redmond WA 98052. Copyright © Center for Educational Effectiveness, Inc. 2003-08. Printed in the U.S.A. Contact Information: Phone: 425-283-0384 Fax: 425-747-0439 www.effectiveness.orgwww.effectiveness.org Reproduction rights granted for non-commercial use-- including all school and district improvement activities.
Copyright © The Center for Educational Effectiveness, 2003-10. All Rights Reserved. EES Staff v9.0 Comparison 3 Comparison: Overall Summary This is a radar-graph – providing a comparison between two groups. The further out on the radar- graph, the more positive the perception of that characteristic. Each point on this graph is an aggregate of all the questions/items for that characteristic. A radar-graph can also be used to display longitudinal progress or differences between 2 different administrations of the EES.
Copyright © The Center for Educational Effectiveness, 2003-10. All Rights Reserved. EES Staff v9.0 Comparison While most schools focus on the outcomes they are reaching for, truly successful schools focus on organizational effectiveness and the programs and systems that drive and sustain improvement in the outcomes. The Educational Effectiveness Survey (EES), was developed to assist schools in continuous, sustainable improvement by helping schools understand their strengths and challenges in the areas known to impact the effectiveness of a school. While there is no single solution for all schools, research on effective schools has identified 7 - 10 common characteristics of high performing schools (Marzano, 2003). Successful schools and schools engaged in improvement focus on these characteristics to create and improve the system(s) that drive the outcomes. To help schools identify and leverage these drivers and focus on what makes a school successful, the EES quantifies these characteristics. This results report contains a summary of the information your school staff provided on the EES survey form. CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOLS: Clear and Shared Focus High Standards and Expectations Effective School Leadership Supportive Learning Environment High Levels of Community and Parent Involvement High Levels of Collaboration and Communication Frequent Monitoring of Teaching and Learning Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Aligned with Standards Focused Professional Development While these characteristics represent a solid basis for looking at the culture of a school, continuing research has indicated that there are several other dynamics that are critical to the conversations, interactions and decisions leading to sustainable transformation. The EES V9.0 is based upon 20 years of research and critical learning on organizational culture, relational trust, the transformation process and the characteristics of high performing schools and districts. School and district transformation is a complex and highly worthwhile process. There are no quick- fixes or pieces of technology that will magically transform your school or district into a high performing system. Your dedication, hard work, and conversations built upon the formative use of data can be critical elements in building strength around leadership, the “instructional core”, and organizational effectiveness. Only as a professional learning community will you make progress toward sustainable, systemic improvement.
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Copyright © The Center for Educational Effectiveness, All Rights Reserved. EES Parent 2-way Comparison 1 EDUCATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SURVEY - PARENT.
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Intro to TPEP. A new evaluation system should be a model for professional growth, supporting collaboration between teachers and principals in pursuit.
9 Common Characteristics of Successful Schools From: What we know about successful school leadership (2003). - American Education Research Association.
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1. 2 Why is the Core important? To set high expectations –for all students –for educators To attend to the learning needs of students To break through.
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1 Why is the Core important? To set high expectations – for all students – for educators To attend to the learning needs of students To break through the.
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Site-Based Decision Making Campus Planning. Restructuring A process through which a district or school alters the pattern of its structures (vision, rules,
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Florin High School Professional Learning Communities Rationale Flexibility Effectiveness Sustainability.
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EVAL Self Assessment (Adapted from LaConner School Improvement Presentation) Your Name Your District Your Date.
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