Access important links, information, and resources regarding educator evaluation here.
If you need assistance, your questions and comments are welcome at EdEval@ride.ri.gov.
RIDE hiring partners to support principals
RIDE is seeking to hire part-time consultants to support the principal partnership. The principal partnership provides job-embedded coaching to administrators supporting the educator evaluation and support process. The consultant will partner with two or three principals throughout the year and will provide support as needed. Supports may include but are not limited to conducting co-observations, reviewing feedback, calibrating on Student Learning Objective approval and scoring, conferencing preparation, professional development planning, and reviewing data.
Applicants must have experience implementing educator evaluation in Rhode Island as a building administrator and should have experience providing training or coaching to evaluators or principals. Because coaching often occurs during the school day, applicants must have flexible schedules and must be available during school hours. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, September 11, 2015.
Educator Evaluation Partnership
Educator Evaluation Partnership - Opportunity for Principals [PDF, 219 KB]
End of Year Information
Evaluation Data Submission Guidance [PDF, 443KB]
Evaluation Data Reporting Spreadsheet [CSV, 6KB]
EPSS Closeout and Turnover [PDF, 501KB]
Establishing Teacher-Course-Student Connections
Teacher-Course-Student (TCS) rosters allow the Rhode Island Department of Education to connect student-level data with specific courses and teachers. These data provide teachers and administrators with classroom-level data that can be used to inform school, district and state-level decisions about policy, practice, and resources. This document provides information about the systems using TCS rosters and outlines the requirements and considerations for creating a district-level contributing educator policy, which helps ensure that TCS connections are made consistently throughout the district.
Rhode Island Growth Model Reports
Accessing Growth Data for Administrators [PDF, 247KB]
Accessing Growth Data for Teachers [PDF, 240KB]
Year Two Report on Educator Evaluations
During the 2013-14 school year, Rhode Island educators were engaged in the second year of full implementation of educator evaluations under teacher and building administrator evaluation systems approved by the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE). The statewide educator evaluation effort is based on the belief that implementing fair, accurate, and meaningful educator evaluations will help improve teaching and learning.
Year Two Report on Educator Evaluations [PDF,1,096KB]
Year One Report on Educator Evaluations
Providing Rhode Island educators with more useful and honest performance evaluations is a long-term project, and this is our first report on statewide results.
2013 Evaluation Data External Report [PDF, 860KB]
LEA-Level Evaluation Results 2012-13 [XLSX, 21KB]
The six standards that comprise the Educator Evaluation System Standards were crafted to support the work of school districts to assure educator quality through a comprehensive district educator evaluation system.
Developed by a working group comprised of teachers, administrators, and other educators from throughout the state, the RI Code of Professional Responsibilities, along with the Rhode Island Educational Leadership Standards, were used to develop the Professional Responsibilities Rubric for the RI Model Educator Evaluation System.
Developed by a working group comprised of teachers, administrators, and other educators from throughout the state, the RI Standards for Educational Leadership ,along with the Rhode Island Code of Professional Responsibilities, were used to develop the Professional Responsibilities Rubric for the RI Model Educator Evaluation System.
The Common Core State Standards define the knowledge and skills students should have within their K-12 education careers so that they will graduate from high school able to succeed in college, careers and life. The Standards were developed as a state-led effort of 48 states, 2 territories and the District of Columbia and coordinated by the National Governors Association and Council of Chief State School Officers. Read more about our literacy standards or mathematics standards.
Office of Educator Quality and Certification (EQAC)
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XLS - Microsoft Excel
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