Oklahoma, New York approve McREL's principal evaluation system
Denver—McREL’s Principal Evaluation System has been recommended as a model system in both Oklahoma and New York.
In Oklahoma, the Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Commission recommended the system statewide for the evaluation of principals as part of a mandate in the Oklahoma Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Act of 2010. The Commission’s recommendation has been sent to the state board of education for approval.
The New York State Education Department has placed the Principal Evaluation System on its Approved Teacher and Principal Practice Rubrics.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to work with schools and districts in Oklahoma and New York as they seek to more fairly and consistently evaluate their leaders in a way that truly transforms leadership and school performance,” said Tony Davis, McREL senior director of educator effectiveness and new business development.
McREL's Principal Evaluation System is based on McREL’s Balanced Leadership® research on effective school leaders and a three-year effort to develop a principal evaluation tool in North Carolina, where the McREL-developed instrument is now used to evaluate every principal in that state. McREL’s personnel evaluation system for principals and teachers is currently being used nationwide in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
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