Growth and Evaluation

Growth and Evaluation

Published: 3/15/2018 8:57 AM

“Research consistently shows that teaching is the single most important school-based factor in a student’s academic growth” (Center for Education Policy Research, Harvard University). Improving the effectiveness of Kentucky’s classroom teachers is a primary goal of personnel growth and evaluation systems. District certified evaluation plans should reflect and support Kentucky's commitment to every student being taught by an effective teacher by promoting the vision of continuous professional growth and development of skills needed to be a highly effective educator. Local plans should be designed to catalyze professional growth and create a fair and equitable system to promote and measure teacher effectiveness.

 

In response to revisions made to KRS 156.557 (2017), KDE is collaborating with the Teacher and Principal Effectiveness Steering Committees to develop a “State Framework” for personnel evaluation. The draft timeline seeks the Kentucky Board of Education’s approval of the related administrative regulation by fall, 2017, and immediate submission to the Kentucky Legislative Research Commission (LRC) for legislative approval by spring, 2018.  

The Division of Next Generation Professionals (NGP) is committed to providing support for improving educator effectiveness in schools and districts across Kentucky. We provide:

  • relevant research

  • best practice guides and models

  • technical assistance

  • professional learning


Todd Davis
Office of Teaching and Learning
Division of Next Generation Professionals
300 Sower Blvd., 5th Floor
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-1479
Fax (502) 564-4007
 

Resources

Certified Evaluation FAQ

NGP also publishes the Educator Development newsletter of articles and announcements that highlight Kentucky educators engaging in relevant and innovative distributed leadership models, planning for equitable access, and pursuing effective professional learning and instructional and assessment practices of interest to all Kentucky educators. 

 
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