Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-220a-10 - Assessment of beginning teachers

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) The assessment of each beginning teacher shall be based upon, but not be limited to, data obtained from on-site observations conducted by assessors using the assessment instrument provided.
(b) Each beginning teacher shall be observed by assessors, at least one of whom shall be a certified teacher employed by a board of education.
(c) Assessors may include, but are not limited to:
(1) professional employees who are currently or have been previously employed in positions requiring a certificate issued by the Board; and,
(2) higher education faculty.
(d) Assessors shall not be employed by the same board of education as the beginning teachers they assess, except for assessors who are school administrators and assessors employed by the regional vocational-technical school system or a unified district who shall not assess beginning teachers who are assigned to the same building or facility as the assessor.
(e) Assessors who were but are not currently employed by a board of education shall not assess beginning teachers employed by the same board of education in which they were last employed, except for assessors who were but are not currently employed by the regional vocational-technical school system or a unified school district, who shall not assess beginning teachers who are assigned in the same building or facility as the one in which the assessor was last employed.
(f) Cooperating teachers and mentors shall not serve as assessors for beginning teachers with whom they are or have been placed.
(g) Upon approval of the employing agent of the cooperating teachers and mentors, cooperating teachers and mentors may concurrently serve as assessors of beginning teachers.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-220a-10
Effective July 24, 1992

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