05-071 C.M.R. ch. 180, § 13 - EDUCATOR INVOLVEMENT IN DEVELOPING, IMPLEMENTING AND REVIEWING PEPG SYSTEMS
Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022
Title 20-A of the Maine Revised Statutes, Section 13705 requires school administrative units to develop PEPG systems "in collaboration with teachers, principals, administrators, school board members, parents and other members of the public."
Prior to implementing a PEPG system, a school administrative unit must provide training to each educator who will be evaluated under the PEPG system to provide the opportunity for each educator to understand:
Each school administrative unit shall form a Steering Committee to regularly review and refine the PEPG system. The Steering Committee must include teachers, administrators and other school administrative unit staff. A majority of the steering committee members must be teachers and must be chosen by the local representative of the applicable collective bargaining unit if the teachers in the school administrative unit are covered by a collective bargaining agreement. The structure and proposed operation of a Steering Committee, including the method of appointing members to the Steering Committee, must be included in the PEPG system plan. Any revisions to the performance evaluation and professional growth system made by the steering committee must be reached by consensus. The Steering Committee must be formed no later than the beginning of the pilot period of the PEPG system.
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