Educator evaluation in Massachusetts is a mandatory subject of bargaining – and the MTA has you covered with easy-to-follow explanations. The MTA Educator Evaluation page is your starting point for understanding the core requirements of the Massachusetts Educator Evaluation System.
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Surprise! Latest data shows even more Massachusetts teachers are rated Proficient and Exemplary. The 2017-18 educator evaluation data continue to show that almost all Massachusetts teachers are rated either Proficient or Exemplary. The current teacher evaluation system, in place since
DESE made some edits to model educator evaluation rubrics in August. Here is what you need to do now. On August 10, 2018, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education posted updates to model educator evaluation rubric DESE FAQs explain
The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) is voting to approve the final changes to the regulations on the statewide educator evaluation system on February 28, 2017. Among the set of revisions to the existing regulator rules for educator
The agenda has been posted for the February 27-28, 2017 Board of Elementary and Secondary Education meeting in Malden. This month, BESE will be voting on approval of new charter schools and charter school expansions, new descriptions for test score
Adapted from the MTA Summer Conference Workshop Copiloting: A toolkit for cooperating teachers. The education profession depends on the willingness of professional teachers and administrators to open their doors to aspiring practitioners. Professional learning, support and development of school-based practitioners/cooperating taechers often
Have you been asked to observe a fellow educator? Are you enrolled in school administrator preparation program? Are you supervising a student teacher? Are you part of a team that is rethinking teacher/faculty observation and feedback? If you are looking
Did you miss the BESE meeting this week? We got ya covered! The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education documents are now available here. Don’t forget to check out the Special Meeting held on Monday May 23, 2016 on Educator Evaluation.
DESE has released a set of materials for educators designed to support inclusive practices in the classroom. The complete set of materials may be downloaded from http://www.doe.mass.edu/edeval/guidebook/.