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Atlanta Effective Teacher in Every Classroom Initiative includes:
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Burlington Differentiated Teacher Supervision and Evaluation System includes:
Dallas Professional Development and Appraisal System includes:
New Teacher Center's Formative Assessment System (FAS) includes:
Memphis Teacher Effectiveness Initiative includes:
National Board for Professional Teaching Standards includes:
Performance Assessment of California's Teachers (PACT) includes:
Performance Evaluation Program (PEP) includes:
Quality Assessment Notebook includes:
Quality Compensation (Q Comp) System includes:
School Performance Framework (SPF) includes:
TAP Teacher Evaluation and Performance Pay System includes:
Teach for America's Teaching As Leadership (TAL) includes:
Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment System includes:
Washington, DC IMPACT includes:
Accurately measuring an educator's effectiveness is a complex and difficult task.
Like building a puzzle, developing an educator evaluation system requires multiple pieces that must be placed together in a purposeful way to create a holistic evaluation system.
This guide can be used by states and districts to explore various evaluation methods and tools that represent the "puzzle pieces" of an evaluation system.
The guide includes detailed descriptions of more than 75 educator evaluation tools that are currently implemented and tested in districts and states throughout the country. Details for each include the following:
This information was gathered through a scan of educator evaluation literature and through conversations with multiple state education agency personnel, evaluation developers, universities, and non-profit organizations that focus on issues of educator quality and evaluation. While this list provides the most current offerings to date, it will continue to be revised and updated as new evaluation methods and products are developed.
If you have updates or additional information, please contact us.