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(a) Teacher performance standards established by a district must be based on the standards set out at 4 AAC 04.200.
(b) A district shall establish performance standards for each of the professional content standards set out at 4 AAC 04.200. In establishing its performance standards, a district shall discuss each of the performance standards set out at 4 AAC 04.200 that reflect attainment of each professional content standard. A district may
(1) establish a performance standard set out at 4 AAC 04.200 as one of its performance standards;
(2) modify a performance standard set out at 4 AAC 04.200 to accommodate district goals and priorities;
(3) combine performance standards set out at 4 AAC 04.200 to create broader performance standards; and
(4) provide additional or alternative performance standards to accommodate district goals and priorities.
(c) A teacher evaluation system adopted by a district may
(1) provide a variety of assessment strategies;
(2) recognize a variety of evidence of performance of a standard; and
(3) recognize a variety or continuum of levels of skill acquisition and require more experienced teachers to perform at a higher level than those with less experience.
(d) Performance standards established by a district shall be interpreted and applied in the context of the job requirements of the teacher being evaluated.
History: Eff. 4/20/97, Register 142
Authority: AS 14.03.015
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