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 Standards and Indicators are "translated" into rubrics that describe practice in detail at different levels of performance. Educators and evaluators use the rubric most appropriate to the role of the educator as a foundation for self-assessment, evidence collection, formative assessment and summative evaluation
Learn more about the Model Rubrics.
Last Updated: September 21, 2020