Congressional candidate Carl DeMaio claimed San Diego Unified teachers only get evaluated every five years and parents don’t get to see the results.
A new evaluation process must take into consideration all major components of a teacher’s job, highlighting those who play leadership roles on campus and putting a new premium on innovation.
The contract between San Diego Unified and the teachers union expires at the end of June. That means San Diego Unified will currently have a little more than a month to make some big choices – with less money than it hoped to have. In other words, it’s about to get real.
The initial contract proposal the district sent to the teachers union this week seeks to reboot its system for evaluating teachers.
We’ve asked our supporting members what they think about using
value-added data to rate teacher performances.