Implementing Evaluation Systems: Learning from Pioneering Colorado Districts
Colorado’s Student Perception Survey
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Three Case Studies
Brighton 27J – Brighton educators and administration agreed that their evaluation system was a “dog and pony show”. In 2009 they revised their system, with terrific buy-in from the union, to more meaningfully support teachers.
Eagle – Eagle has spent nearly a decade developing their evaluation system and aligning it to instruction, assessment, and professional development.
Harrison – In 2007, Harrison hired a new superintendent who instituted a new evaluation system along with rigorous instructional supports, interim assessments and a pay-for-performance system.
Highlights of Findings from Case Studies
This document is a summarized compilation of the actions each district took to implement new evaluation systems.
District Leader’s Guides
Guide: Preparing Your District to Implement a New Educator Evaluation System
This guide has been developed from the lessons learned from Brighton, Eagle, and Harrison. District leaders should use it in conjunction with the above case studies to prepare the district for a new evaluation system.
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Guide: Communicating Effectively with Stakeholders
This guide has been developed from the lessons learned from Brighton, Eagle, and Harrison. It provides helpful information to district leaders on effectively communicating with stakeholders when implementing a new educator evaluation system.
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