05-071 C.M.R. ch. 180, § 14 - USE OF RATING IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DECISIONS

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

Professional development opportunities must be provided to educators, based on individual needs identified during PEPG system evaluations.

1. Professional Growth Plan

An educator who receives a summative effectiveness rating higher than ineffective must develop a professional growth plan that is based on clearly articulated goals related to targeted areas of practice and student performance.

2. Professional Improvement Plan

An educator who receives a summative effectiveness rating of "ineffective" must be provided the opportunity to develop and implement a professional improvement plan. The PEPG system plan must assign responsibility to one or more supervisors or administrators to work with the educator and to oversee development and implementation of a professional improvement plan.

The professional improvement plan must:

A. Be in writing;
B. Be developed with input from the educator;
C. Set forth clear, measurable objectives and deadlines; and D. Be focused on improvement in the specific areas of evaluation identified as needing improvement.

Notes

05-071 C.M.R. ch. 180, § 14

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