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Newport-Mesa USD |  BP  4315.1  Personnel

Staff Evaluating Teachers   

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The Governing Board expects that administrators assigned to evaluate teachers shall:

1. Possess a valid administrative credential

2. Be competent in the instructional methodologies used by the teachers they evaluate

3. Be skilled in the supervision of instruction and in techniques and procedures related to the evaluation of instruction

4. Be familiar with district curriculum priorities, policies and practices, district standards for student progress, and district policies and procedures related to personnel supervision, performance evaluation and staff development

5. Participate in at least one inservice per year in clinical supervision and/or other approved instructional and evaluational techniques

(cf. 4115 - Evaluation/Supervision)

(cf. 4131 - Staff Development)

(cf. 4331 - Staff Development)

(cf. 5121 - Grades/Evaluation of Student Achievement)

(cf. 5123 - Promotion/Acceleration/Retention)

(cf. 6011 - Academic Standards)

(cf. 6141 - Curriculum Development and Evaluation)

(cf. 6146.1 - High School Graduation Requirements)

(cf. 6146.5 - Elementary/Middle School Graduation Requirements)

The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that administrators who evaluate teachers meet the above criteria and shall observe each administrator while he/she is conducting a teacher evaluation. This observation shall be a factor in the subsequent evaluation of the administrator. The Superintendent or designee also shall discuss his/her observations with the administrator and may develop and implement an appropriate professional improvement program for the administrator.

(cf. 4315 - Evaluation/Supervision)

Legal Reference:


33039 Guidelines for teacher evaluation

44660-44665 Evaluation and assessment of performance of certificated employees

44681-44689 Administrator training and evaluation


3543.2 Scope of representation (re evaluation procedures)


adopted: September 8, 2009 Costa Mesa, California