Teacher Evaluation: WHY It Matters and HOW We Can Do Better
An in-depth look...
Continuous improvement — an idea that has taken root in other industries — is increasingly seen in K-12. Often, it refers to continuous school improvement and long-term growth in student achievement, engagement, attendance and the like.
The way toward that vision is complex. Funding, class size and parental involvement are just a few factors that play a role. But it’s widely known that one of the most important factors (if not the most) is the quality of educators.
Since we know that one-and-done workshops aren’t effective at promoting improvements in teacher effectiveness, what does it look like to support a holistic, ongoing cycle of continuous teacher growth?
That’s an important question worth grappling with. It’s why we’ve put together a page chock-full of resources to energize your staff and inspire conversations.
Visit the Continuous Improvement Resource Center