Principal Evaluation

Student Growth and Other Measures

 

School Leaders are Accountable for Student Progress

Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) requires that all Illinois school districts design and use performance evaluation systems that assess teachers' and principals' professional skills and include measures of student growth.

Measures of student growth help us see more clearly how principals impact student success.

High School

  • Student Growth on ACT Educational Planning and Assessment (EPAS)
  • Growth of Priority Groups on EPAS: English Learners (EL), Diverse Learners (Students with an IEP), and African-American and Latino Students
  • Attendance, Freshman On-Track, Graduation and Dropout Rates
  • Early College/Career Credentials

Elementary School

  • Student Growth on Northwest Evaluation Association Measures of Academic Progress (NWEA MAP)
  • Attendance
  • Growth of Priority Groups on NWEA MAP: English Learners (EL), Diverse Learners (students with an IEP), and African-American and Latino Students
  • Percentage of Students Meeting/Exceeding National Growth on NWEA
  • English Learners' (EL) Development on Assessing Comprehension and Communication in English State-to-State (ACCESS)

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