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(a) Responsibility for evaluation of the performance of professional employees rests with the individual school district. To this end, each school board shall develop and adopt procedures for evaluation of its professional employees. These procedures must be consistent with the standards and guidelines set out in this chapter, as well as other relevant provisions of federal or state law and regulations.
(b) Prior to final adoption, the local procedures must be submitted to the department for review.
(c) Each school district in the state, whether or not it has previously adopted evaluation procedures, shall submit current procedures to the department for review no later than July 1, 1976.
(d) Each school district is encouraged to invite, obtain, and consider community input, including that of students, parents, teachers, and administrators, in the design of the procedure and content for evaluation.
History: Eff. 8/30/75, Register 55
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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