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ERIE COUNTY - Educator Evaluation Data

2015-16 Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) Ratings (Education Law §3012-d)

Original Overall Rating

Each classroom teacher and building principal must receive an overall rating based on the ratings received by the teacher or principal in the Student Performance and Observation/School Visit categories and determined using a State-prescribed matrix. View more detailed information about the Overall rating.

INEFFECTIVE
0
0%
DEVELOPING
26
3%
EFFECTIVE
276
31%
HIGHLY EFFECTIVE
582
66%
TOTAL EDUCATORS: 884

Original Student Performance category rating

Education Law §3012-d requires that one component of a teacher's or principal's evaluation be based on one required measure of student growth (State-provided growth scores or Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)) and one optional measure of student growth (a second State-provided growth score on a State-created or administered test or a growth score based on a State-designed supplemental assessment). All measures in the Student Performance category must measure student growth. View more detailed information about the Student Performance category rating.

INEFFECTIVE
24
3%
DEVELOPING
144
16%
EFFECTIVE
617
70%
HIGHLY EFFECTIVE
99
11%
TOTAL EDUCATORS: 884

ORIGINAL TEACHER OBSERVATION/PRINCIPAL SCHOOL VISIT category rating

Education Law §3012-d requires that teachers' and principals' evaluations be based on at least two observations (for teachers) or school visits (for principals) scored using a State-approved rubric. The Teacher Observation/Principal School Visit category includes two required subcomponents and an optional subcomponent . View more detailed information about the Teacher Observation/Principal School Visit category rating.

INEFFECTIVE
1
0%
DEVELOPING
5
1%
EFFECTIVE
161
18%
HIGHLY EFFECTIVE
717
81%
TOTAL EDUCATORS: 884

Transition Overall Rating

Each classroom teacher and building principal must receive an overall rating based on the ratings received by the teacher or principal in the Student Performance and Observation/School Visit categories and determined using a State-prescribed matrix. View more detailed information about the Overall rating or about Transition Scores/Ratings.

INEFFECTIVE
1
0%
DEVELOPING
4
1%
EFFECTIVE
91
14%
HIGHLY EFFECTIVE
572
86%
TOTAL EDUCATORS: 668

Transition Student Performance category rating

Education Law §3012-d requires that one component of a teacher's or principal's evaluation be based on one required measure of student growth (State-provided growth scores or Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)) and one optional measure of student growth (a second State-provided growth score on a State-created or administered test or a growth score based on a State-designed supplemental assessment). All measures in the Student Performance category must measure student growth. During the 2015-16 through 2018-19 school years, transition scores and ratings will also be calculated by districts/BOCES that exclude the results of the grades 3-8 ELA/math State assessments and any State-provided growth scores. During the 2015-16 through 2018-19 school years, transition scores and ratings will also be calculated by districts/BOCES that exclude the results of the grades 3-8 ELA/math State assessments and any State-provided growth scores. View more detailed information about the Student Performance category rating or about Transition Scores/Ratings.

INEFFECTIVE
4
7%
DEVELOPING
5
9%
EFFECTIVE
16
28%
HIGHLY EFFECTIVE
32
56%
TOTAL EDUCATORS: 57

Transition TEACHER OBSERVATION/PRINCIPAL SCHOOL VISIT category rating

Education Law §3012-d requires that teachers' and principals' evaluations be based on at least two observations (for teachers) or school visits (for principals) scored using a State-approved rubric. The Teacher Observation/Principal School Visit category includes two required subcomponents and an optional subcomponent. View more detailed information about the detailed information about the Teacher Observation/Principal School Visit category rating or about Transition Scores/Ratings.

INEFFECTIVE
1
0%
DEVELOPING
4
1%
EFFECTIVE
88
13%
HIGHLY EFFECTIVE
575
86%
TOTAL EDUCATORS: 668

Pursuant to Education Law §3012-c(10), viewers of this site will not be able to find personally identifiable information for any teacher or principal, including an individual educator's evaluation ratings by name anywhere on this website. However, parents or legal guardians may contact their child's district or BOCES to obtain information about their child's teacher(s) or principal(s) composite effectiveness score and/or their final overall rating.

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