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Feb 032013
 

The Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) has completed the Parent Survey (feedback) portion of the new PEAC evaluation process for teachers and principals.  The new evaluation process for teachers will be comprise of:

  • Teacher Classroom Performance and Practice 40%
  • Parent  or Peer Feedback 10%
  • Student Growth and Development 45%
  • Whole School Student Learning Feedback 5%

The new evaluation process* for administrators will be comprised of:

  • Student Learning 45%
  • Leadership Practice 40%
  • Stakeholder Feedback 10%

* I don’t know why it doesn’t add up to 100%

Below are two links that connect you to a bank of questions that the CSDE  has developed and that school districts can select from.

http://www.connecticutseed.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Parent_Survey_Question_Bank.pdf

http://www.connecticutseed.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Parent_Survey_classroom_and_school.pdf

 

To understand more about the parent and community component of the new process. Click on the link below.

http://www.connecticutseed.org/?page_id=475

 

Nov 102011
 

Last Spring, the Superintendent conducted a School Climate Survey.  While not perfect, it was a first for the Norwalk Public School District, insofar as it categorically asked questions to all NPS staff and parents, across the district, in order to elicit stakeholder feedback to improve our schools.

The response rate included:

  • 1189 staff members (mainly teachers)  80% response rate
  • 1050 parents – 20% response rate (although response rates varied by school)
  • 90.8% of respondents identified themselves as white

The surveys were intended to  help school leaders understand what parents and staff see as the strengths and weaknesses of their school’s learning environment.

Respondents were asked their satisfaction with ten key areas: Student Learning/Progress, Staff/Student Expectations, Professional Development, Technology, Safety and Security,  School Leadership, School Atmosphere, Facilities, School Meals, and Transportation.

Another School Climate Survey will be conducted next spring and NPS staff hope to include measures that increase the response rate from parents in the community, especially the African American and Hispanic communities.

Below is a District Level Summary of the Survey.  A detailed breakdown (by individual school) of the district results can be found by clicking on the Norwalk Public School website.

 

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