October 13, 2017


Teacher Evaluation in Missouri

Teacher Evaluation in Missouri

Dr. Marzano says Missouri is Ahead of the Pack in supporting Effective Instruction and Leadership

Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model Completes Pilot Year, 2012

In a report updated February 2012, the U.S. Department of Education summarized the recent history of teacher evaluation in the state of Missouri. The previous year, Missouri’s State Education Agency had pulled together a working group of key stakeholders to develop and adopt new teaching standards for the state. All major educational organizations in the state were represented, including educator preparation programs and more than 30 public school districts. From the work of this group, and building upon work of the Missouri Advisory Council of Certification for Educators (MACCE) the Missouri Model Teacher and Leaders Standards were developed.

During the 2011-2012 school year, pilot projects were initiated across the state for approved teacher evaluation models. The Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model was one of those field tested. In the summer of 2012, the Office of Educator Quality will be working to finalize the Missouri Educators Evaluation System based on feedback from these pilot projects.

Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model

and its proven cause-and-effect relationship to student achievement.

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