At its meeting yesterday the Kentucky Board of Education unanimously approved a new statewide evaluation system for teachers and principals and received an update on a new evaluation system for superintendents.
Assessing current procedures leads to ‘game-changing’ success with PGES.
Plans for a statewide system of evaluation for Kentucky certified educators culminated in a discussion before the Kentucky Board of Education at its meeting...
Proposed Professional Growth and Effectiveness System designed to identify teachers who need more support and get them that support.
Superintendents will join teachers and principals in having a growth and effectiveness system.
Teachers and principals who participated in last year’s Professional Growth and Effectiveness System field test overwhelmingly support it.
Principals will succeed in the new Principal Professional Growth and Effectiveness System only if they help teachers help students succeed.
Advocating that all Kentucky children deserve to be taught by an effective teacher at a school led by an effective principal, Gov. Steve Beshear once again indicated his support for a statewide system promoting educator growth and effectiveness in Kentucky.
Teachers will not have to change much about how they measure student growth under the proposed PGES.
Kentucky is one of three states that were singled out in an opinion piece written by Bill Gates that appeared in the Washington Post...