Improving Instruction for All Students Through Meaningful Support in Educator Evaluation
Educator development and supports matter—for keeping great teachers in the classroom, improving teaching and learning conditions, and, most importantly, strengthening classroom instruction for all students. Join the Council of Chief State School Officers for a conversation about ways to improve support systems that give educators the space and resources to continuously improve practice and serve all students better.
You will hear directly from Tennessee and Colorado education agency staff on how they continuously improved their evaluation and professional support systems by applying a set of guiding principles developed through the Collaborative for the Continuous Improvement of Educator Effectiveness Systems. A collaboration between the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders and West Comprehensive Center, this 2-year initiative supporting six states (Delaware, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Colorado, Arizona, and Rhode Island) explored evidence-based strategies for strengthening educator evaluation and professional support systems to provide more meaningful supports to educators. Register for the webinar to learn about the Collaborative’s guiding principles, as well as a self-assessment tool that participants can use to identify which guiding principle(s) to leverage for their own continuous improvement efforts.