Page tree

Get started by adding some pages to this space. Create page.

Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

Introduction

The PA School Performance Profile serves several purposes:

  • Provide a building level score for educators as part of the Educator Effectiveness System
  • Provide parents with comparative measures for schools, neighboring schools, and
    schools across the state
  • Inform the public of the academic performance measures of each school,
    comprehensive career and technical center, cyber charter and charter school in
    Pennsylvania
  • Offer a resource for LEAs to communicate and compare performance, analyze
    performance indicators as related to achievement, and encourage best practice
    • Employ as an analysis tool to inform goal setting, planning, and allocating
      resources to improve student achievement
    • Compare performance to local schools
    • Compare performance to schools with similar demographics
    • Communicate performance to various constituencies

PA School Performance Profile

The Educator Effectiveness System (Act 82 of 2012) is designed to evaluate both principals and
teachers. Teacher evaluations are based upon classroom observations, teacher specific data,
elective data, and building level data. The building level data is the school academic
performance score derived from the Pennsylvania School Performance Profile. The academic
performance score comprises 15% of each teacher and principal’s evaluation and will be a part
of the Educator Effectiveness system starting with the 2013-2014 school year for classroom
teachers and 2014-2015 for non-teaching professional educators and principals.

The score for a school is based upon indicators that define a high performing school. Many
data elements contribute to the academic score. These elements are categorized into five
areas.

 

 

  • No labels