EDUCATOR EFFECTIVENESS MODEL
Dr. Lynne Johnson, Director of Educator Effectiveness
Great teachers and leaders are the key to success in North Carolina's public schools. The State Board of Education and Department of Public Instruction are building upon the statewide North Carolina Educator Evaluation System to create an educator effectiveness model that recognizes great educators and provides targeted support for educators who want to improve their skills and knowledge.
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On this site, you can find information about the following topics:
- State Board Policies: the Twenty-First Century Professionals policies related to educator evaluation and data collection. The State Board has added new policies in this area, as well as revised existing policies to include new standards focused on student growth.
- Educator Effectiveness Data: aggregate data on the evaluation ratings of teachers and principals during the previous school year. These data provide greater transparency into the quality of educators in public schools.
- Measures of Student Learning: how districts will measure student growth in areas not currently assessed with State End-of-Grade assessments, End-of-Course assessments, or Career and Technical Education Post-Assessments.
- Student Surveys: a potential data element for use in the evaluation of teachers. Over 125,000 NC students participated in pilot of the student survey in spring 2012.
- NC Educator Evaluation System: the standards for professionals working in public schools, as well as instruments and processes used for evaluation. The evaluation tools and processes for teachers and school administrators function in an online environment hosted by Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL).
- Resources: information for school professionals, parents, and community members. This section will expand as new information becomes available.
- Educator Effectiveness Directory: contact information for DPI staff members working on educator effectiveness.