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Educator Evaluation

Every student must have highly effective teachers.
Every school must have highly effective leaders & support professionals.
We must support educators throughout their careers.

Educator excellence is essential to improving student achievement. Educator excellence begins with clear standards for educator practice.  Improvement of achievement requires implementing strong practices in recruiting, developing, recognizing, and retaining talented and demonstrably successful staff in LEAs.

NEW! 2017-18 End-of-Year Evaluation Data Guidance


For EEM Users:

For non-EEM users:

Transition from EPSS to Employee Evaluation Management (EEM)

Rhode Island districts who use EPSS will transition to a new Frontline system called Employee Evaluation Management (EEM) for the 2017-18 school year. On July 25, 26, and 27, Frontline provided training on the new system to both District Configuration Administrators (DCAs) and evaluators. Since some could not attend these trainings, the following materials are provided to support this transition. Please note that we will continue to update this page as additional resources become available.

DCA Resources

Evaluator Resources

Educator Resources

Upcoming Learning Series

*NEW* Statewide Report on Education Evaluation Data

As a state, we are focused on enriching the conversations related to instruction and student learning. And as part of our commitment to ongoing transparency regarding educator evaluation data and changes to our models, we have released a report from the 2016-17 school year which reflects the fifth year of evaluation system implementation. The report captures general use of the models, educator Final Effectiveness Ratings, student learning ratings, and school-level equity data. As a state, we continue to focus on enriching conversations related to instruction and student learning; therefore, we have also provided updates on the work that has and will continue to happen.

Your questions and comments are welcome at EdEval@ride.ri.gov.