The Massachusetts Educator Evaluation Framework
The Massachusetts Educator Evaluation Framework, adopted by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education in 2011, is designed to promote student learning, growth, and achievement by providing educators with feedback for improvement, enhanced opportunities for professional growth, and clear structures for accountability.
There are six key features of the Educator Evaluation Framework:
The Summative Performance Rating determines the type of educator plan an educator will use in their next cycle.
|Plan type||Who is assigned the plan?||Who develops the plan?||How long is the plan?|
|Self-Directed Growth Plan||Experienced educators rated proficient or exemplary||Educator||One or two years|
|Directed Growth Plan||Experienced educators rated needs improvement||Educator and Evaluator||Up to one year|
|Improvement Plan||Experienced educators rated unsatisfactory||Evaluator||30 days to one year|
|Developing Educator Plan||Teachers without PST and administrators in their first three years||Educator and Evaluator||One year|
Learn more about Educator Plans .
Last Updated: September 21, 2020