February 2009: Presented Teacher Performance Evaluation recommendations to the Idaho Legislature.
April 2009: The State Board of Education adopted as a temporary proposed rule, the recommendations of the Teacher Performance Evaluation Task Force.
August 2009: The Idaho State Department of Education began offering online trainings through Educational Impact to teachers and administrators on Charlotte Danielson's Framework For Teaching. These trainings were designed to teach educators about the Domains and Components of Danielson's Framework.
2009-2010 School Year: The SDE sponsored Regional Trainings for Administrators on utilizing the Danielson Framework for teacher evaluation purposes.
2009-2010 School Year: Districts worked with educational stakeholders in their community to develop evaluation models.
February 2010: Districts were required to submit their proposed models to the state for approval. The district's model had to be signed by representatives from the Board of Trustees, administrators and teachers.
March 2011: Districts and public charter schools must submit the results of teacher and principal evaluations through the ISEE Longitudinal Data System monthly upload.
Fall 2010: At a minimum, districts began piloting their approved Teacher Performance Evaluations.
Fall 2011: Districts will begin full implementation of the teacher evaluation model.
September 30 2011: All district and public charter school teacher and principal evaluation models must be posted to the SDE website along with the results of all teacher and principal evaluations in accordance with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act reporting guidance.
|List of Submitted Evaluation Models and Policies by District, August 26, 2011|
After June 30, 2012: All districts and public charter schools must adopt a policy to include student achievement data as part of their evaluation models for superintendents, assistant superintendents, directors, principals, other district administrative employees and certificated employees on Category A, B and grandfathered continuing contracts evaluations.
After June 30, 2012: All districts and public charter schools must adopt a policy to include parent input as part of their evaluation models for principals, other school based administrators and certificated employees on Category A, B and grandfathered continuing contracts evaluations.
February, 2013 and every February following: The first half of a teachers evaluation is due. This half of a teacher's evaluation is based on the Charlotte Danielson Framework and includes the parent/guardian input component.
By the end of the 2013 school year and subsequent years: The second half of a teacher's evaluation is due. This half of a teacher's evaluation is based on student achievement as determined by the local school board.