NCC supported RIDE in the re-imagining of student learning as a part of educator evaluation systems. RIDE enlisted educators and union leaders from across the state to help design new approaches to incorporating student learning into educator evaluations. After a year of reviewing national trends and reflecting on Rhode Island experiences, the collaborative team launched a pilot for local education agencies to explore three new ways to approach student learning as a part of educator evaluation. This work was a part of a national partnership with five other states, called the Collaborative for the Continuous Improvement of Educator Effectiveness Systems (the Collaborative). This report highlights the first pilot year of implementation.
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