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Educator Effectiveness Regional Supports
The Educator Effectiveness (EE) team will host a series of online listening sessions that will be structured to facilitate open conversations in response to guiding questions about recent experiences and anticipated future needs related to EE implementation. Participants will be able to reflect, share, and learn from colleagues in similar size districts across the state, as well as provide insights and input that will inform how the EE team supports EE implementation in the coming school year. Prior attendance of RR PLCs is not required.
Anyone with a role in educator evaluations is encouraged to attend, including and not limited to superintendents, district leadership, principals, evaluators, educators, and members of the Advisory Personnel Performance Evaluation Council (formerly 1338 Committee). Download a printable flyer here.
Registration is required and space is limited to 50 participants to maximize opportunities for engaged participation and robust conversation. Sessions are free and will be held virtually. Registration confirmation will include additional details, including a link to the session.
When registering, please select the session that aligns with the size of your school district (based on student population) or the size of districts within your BOCES.
- Small Districts (less than 1,000 students): Thursday, June 2, 8:30 to 10:30 am
- Medium Districts (1,000 to 6,500 students): Tuesday, June 8, 8:30 to 10:30 am
- Large Districts (more than 6,500 students): Thursday, June 10, 8:30 to 10:30 am
For anyone who wants to offer their EE related insights and experiences but cannot attend the session for their district size, an opportunity will be available via an online platform following the above scheduled listening sessions. Additional details will be posted on this webpage as they become available.
Please contact your EE Regional Specialist if you have suggestions/requests for future PLC content, and/or you would like more information/support regarding educator effectiveness.