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1 Educator Evaluations Current Law, Changes for the School Year, and Resource Links

2 Current Ed. Eval. Legislation – MCL  Senate bill 817 passed in spring 2014 that amended the implementation timeline previously set in law.  New, current law:

3 Performance Evaluation Systems for  Rigorous, transparent, and fair.  Educators/administrators must be evaluated at least annually.  Student growth is “significant factor” in the evaluation is based in part on data from state assessments, where available.  The prior law required 40% of eval based on growth data for the school year. Local districts now set the percentage for school year.  Local assessment results used in eval should be comparable across schools within district.

4 & Beyond  50% of evaluation for educators and administrators based on student growth data.  Use state evaluation tool if additional laws are passed requiring specific statewide tool(s).  If local evaluation tool is consistent with state tool, local tool may be used.  Classroom observations must be included in performance evaluation system.  Dismissal for those receiving 3 consecutive “Ineffective” ratings from year-end eval.  Biennial evaluations allowed for those receiving 3 consecutive “Highly Effective” ratings from year-end eval.

5 Helpful Links  Final Recommendations from the Michigan Council for Educator Effectiveness:  S80NC81NS83NzYvbWlkbmlnaHRyZXBvcnRfanVseTI0XzIwMTMucGRmBjoGRVQ/midnig htreport_july24_2013.pdf S80NC81NS83NzYvbWlkbmlnaHRyZXBvcnRfanVseTI0XzIwMTMucGRmBjoGRVQ/midnig htreport_july24_2013.pdf  Michigan Council for Educator Effectiveness:   State Educator Evaluation Resources: 


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