The Teacher and Principal Evaluation and Growth Program is based on these core principles:
- High quality teaching and leading are key to student success.
- Growth in practice is developmental in nature.
- Growth occurs best when there are clear standards of practice supported by
quality professional learning and learning-focused feedback.
- Evaluation systems should reflect and address the career continuum.
- The focus for teacher and principal growth should be driven by student
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What are some of the successes and challenges principals face in implementing TPEP? Read the study report from the University of Washington's Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy to learn more about this and:
- The ways in which TPEP can prompt professional learning for principals and assistant principals and support increased leadership capacity
- Strategies for how principals navigate the workload under TPEP, both for those who are the sole evaluator in a building, and for principals who share evaluation responsibilities
- Issues of equitable access to supports and resources for school leaders in the implementation of the evaluation policy
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