Wash. Admin. Code § 181-78A-235 - Teacher, principal, career and technical education administrator, superintendent, and program administrator-Specific program approval domain standard-Data systems

Data systems. Providers maintain data systems that are sufficient to evaluate program performance, direct program decision making, inform state-level priorities, and report to the board.

(1) Providers develop and maintain effective data systems that are sufficient for program growth, evaluation, and mandated reporting.
(a) Maintain a data infrastructure that enables storage, tracking, and reporting functions to meet annual data submission requirements and assess program design and outcomes in alignment with state standards.
(b) Collect, store, and report data according to the data manual and report guidance published by the professional educator standards board.
(c) Systematically and comprehensively gather data and evidence on recruitment, retention, candidate learning, and program operations.
(d) Include in data and assessment systems processes and safeguards that ensure fair and unbiased assessment of candidates.
(2) Providers utilize secure data practices for storing, monitoring, reporting, and using data for program improvement.
(a) Develop, publish, and maintain program-specific standards for data security, access, and governance.
(b) The professional educator advisory board annually reviews and analyzes data for the purposes of determining whether candidates have a positive impact on student learning and report to the program provider recommendations for programmatic change.
(c) Program leaders aggregate program and candidate data over time and incorporate perspectives of faculty, data administrators, professional educator advisory boards, candidates, and district and school P-12 partners to inform program decision making.
(d) Program providers consider and respond in writing to recommendations for program change from the members of the professional education advisory board.
(3) Providers produce and utilize data reports in accordance with data manual and reporting guidance published by the board.
(a) Faculty, administrators, and professional educator advisory board members collaborate for program review and improvement.
(b) Data administrators submit annual data according to data manual, schedule, and reporting guidance published by the board.
(c) Gather and submit additional program and candidate data as requested by the board as needed to complete all aspects of the program review process.


Wash. Admin. Code § 181-78A-235
Adopted by WSR 19-15-144, Filed 7/24/2019, effective 8/24/2019 Amended by WSR 21-08-023, Filed 3/29/2021, effective 4/29/2021

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