The purpose of this page is to provide information regarding the Principal and Teacher Evaluation Pilot Project established by Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 6696 and in which Pullman School District is participating.
Washington State Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 6696, Education Reform, was passed by the legislature, signed by the governor, and became effective June 10, 2010
This act addresses school and school district accountability, educator preparation, teacher and principal evaluations, academic standards, and parent and community involvement in schools.
The law requires each school district in the state to establish performance criteria and an evaluation process for all staff and establish a four-level rating system for evaluating classroom teachers and principals with revised evaluation criteria. Minimum criteria are specified. The new rating system must describe performance on a continuum that indicates the extent the criteria have been met or exceeded. When student growth data (showing a change in student achievement between two points in time) is available for principals and available and relevant to the teacher and subject matter it must be based on multiple measures if referenced in the evaluation.
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|Pullman School District||Consortium||State||General Resources and References|
|Pilot Description|| Website ||Evaluation Development Workbook || |
Senate Bill 6696: Summary
|Committee ||OSPI Webpage || |
TPEP Discussion and Update
|Consortium Contact List||OSPI Communications|