School district crafts pilot program
February 14th, 2012

School district crafts pilot program

Anacortes School District Superintendent Chris Borgen (left) addresses a small crowd at a Monday night session focused on the district’s creation of a pilot teacher/principal evaluation program (TPEP). The bulk of the informative session was led by TPEP group representatives Jenny Beltramini (right) and Mt. Erie Principal Peter Donaldson (center). Anacortes is one of three school districts selected to present final program proposals for consideration for statewide application some time in the future. In addition to performance evaluation, the Anacortes proposal includes focus on opportunity for professional growth and attention to improved student achievement. Review, selection and adoption of TPEP proposals is expected to take place over the next year or two. One possibility is that school districts will be allowed to select from among the three proposals currently being finalized.

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