Evaluators conduct meaningful evaluations and provide actionable results.
Teachers easily access evaluation data enabling them to take charge of their own professional growth.
Administrators track what’s working and where teachers need additional support.
Lake County Schools, Florida
Andrea Guogas, Evaluation and Compensation Manager, Human Resources Department
In addition to using a research- and evidence-based evaluation model, Lake ensures evaluation results are aligned to state standards and professional development. Clear connections between curriculum, professional development, and evaluation are apparent, along with a common language between all district departments and schools.
Buffalo Public Schools, New York
Crystal Benton, Supervisor Staff Development
Ebony Bullock, Instructional Specialist III, Office of Shared Accountability
Laura Samulski-Peters, Instructional Specialist III, Office of Shared Accountability
Data about educator practice and student learning obtained from evaluation systems helps inform district-wide and individual decisions around recruitment, development, and retention of educators. All educators have a quality performance plan (APPR plan) to improve instructional and professional practice.
Washoe County School District, Nevada
Mike Paul, Director of Professional Growth Systems
Jim Grace, MyPGS Coordinator
Yvette Deighton, Project Coordinator
Washoe uses a common platform for conducting and tracking evaluations that align professional development to evaluation results and compliance needs. Through a collaborative evaluation process and immediate access to results, actionable feedback is able to be delivered in a timely manner.