Educator Effectiveness - Rating Forms
Act 13 of 2020 , signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf on March 27, 2020, revises the Act 82 Educator Effectiveness (EE) process used to evaluate professional employees and temporary professional employees in PK-12 education across the commonwealth. Effective the 2021-2022 school year, the revised rating system applies to classroom teachers, nonteaching professionals, and principals as defined in Act 82 and Act 13:
- Classroom teachers, defined as professional employees or temporary professional employees who provide direct instruction to students related to a specific subject or grade level.
- Nonteaching professionals, defined as professional employees or temporary professional employees who are education specialists or provide services and who is not a classroom teacher.
- Principals, defined as principals, assistant or vice principals, and directors of career & technical education. NOTE: Supervisors of special education (non-teaching professionals under Act 82) are considered principals for the purposes of Act 13.
Questions related to Act 13 may be directed to [email protected]
For the annual evaluation of a classroom teacher:
For the semi-annual and annual evaluation of a temporary professional employee serving as a classroom teacher:
For the evaluation of a professional employee serving in a principal role which includes building principal, assistant or vice principal, director of career and technical center, and director of special education:
For the evaluation of a nonteaching professional which includes educational specialist, certificated professionals, instructional certificated professionals other than classroom teachers, supervisor certificated professionals other than supervisors of special education:
For the semi-annual and annual evaluation of a temporary professional employee serving as a nonteaching professional:
Optional, interim evaluation of a professional employee deemed Unsatisfactory on the last annual evaluation