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(a) Formal written evaluation of professional employees of each school district must be made at least once per contract year for each certificated staff member, without regard to tenured or nontenured status, including teacher evaluation of principals and other administrators.
(b) An acknowledgment of content signed by both the evaluator and the person evaluated must appear on all formal evaluations. The person evaluated must be informed that he has the right to review each written evaluation prior to its final submission and comment in writing on any matter contained in it and that he may, at his request, retain the evaluation for a reasonable amount of time, but not less than 24 hours, for the purpose of reviewing and commenting upon it. The fact that a person evaluated exercises his right to comment on his evaluation in the manner described may not be used against him. Failure to submit written comments by a person evaluated prior to his acknowledgment of the evaluation constitutes a waiver of this right.
(c) The evaluation may include information other than specific observations of the evaluator. Districts may adopt procedures whereby input such as students "evaluation of teachers, principals" evaluation of administrators, peer and self-evaluation are utilized. The evaluation must clearly indicate that this kind of information has been used and clearly identify the source of the information.
(d) The evaluation must be approved by a person who possesses an administrative certificate issued under 4 AAC 12.345.
History: Eff. 8/30/75, Register 55; am 1/12/83, Register 85; am 9/29/2005, Register 175
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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