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Who should be evaluated using the EE System?

The EE System is for Learning-Centered Evaluation of
Teachers, Principals, and Assistant/Associate Principals

See the WI EE System Policy Guide for requirement details.

Required educators are defined by the roles and duties that are performed, not job title.

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Flowchart to Identify Mandated Educators

This tool can be used to locally determine which staff members are mandated in accordance with WI Act 166 to be evaluated using the teacher or principal evaluation processes of the Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness System.

Evaluation of Staff in Other Roles

DPI consultants, in conjunction with supporting Wisconsin organizations and practitioners, have created optional rubrics and evaluation systems for staff roles for whom the teacher evaluation rubric and process is not appropriate. These optional evaluation rubrics and processes are based on appropriate role-based national standards. The processes used to evaluate staff who are not specifically mandated by Act 166 is a local decision.

The WI-created evaluations listed below are available for use in the Frontline Education Professional Growth platform. For information about setup in your local platform, contact Laura Ruckert at laura.ruckert@dpi.wi.gov

More information:

Pupil Services

  • Psychologists
  • Nurses
  • Counselors
  • Social Workers

Evaluation guidance, WI created rubrics, and downloadable forms can be found at DPI Pupil Services Performance Evaluation Tools. Rubric, forms, and evaluation types are also included in DPI model Frontline Education platform configurations.

Occupational and Physical Therapists

Evaluation guidance, WI created rubric, and downloadable forms can be found at DPI Special Education OT/PT Evaluation. Rubric, forms, and evaluation types are also included in DPI model Frontline Education platform configurations.

Library Media Specialists

REVISED FOR 2020-21!  The WI-created LMS Evaluation has been revised to align to new/updated state and national standards, including Future Ready. The revised WI-created LMS rubric, evaluation guidance, and downloadable forms will be available at DPI Library Media Specialists in June 2020. Districts can adopt the evaluation for use starting fall of 2020. The revised rubric and forms have been automatically added and made available in the Frontline Education platform for state model districts/2R charters. Districts must submit a sign-up form to request the configuration of the evaluation for use.

Speech Language Pathologists

NEW FOR 2020-21!  The WI SLP rubric and evaluation materials are available for districts and 2R charters for use starting in the 2020-21 school year. The WI Speech Language Pathologist Evaluation Rubric, process forms, and evidence collection guidance is available on the WI Speech Language Pathologist Evaluation webpage. The rubric and forms have been automatically added and made available in the Frontline Education platform for state model districts/2R charters. Districts must submit a sign-up form to request the configuration of the evaluation for use.

Coaches

NEW FOR 2020-21!  The developers of the WI Coaching Competency Practice Profile (CCPP) developed an evaluation rubric aligned to the CCPP and other standards. This evaluation has been developed to evaluate different types of coaches: instructional, teams, and systems. The evaluation processes align to other WI-created, learning-centered evaluations, but have some variations that address the unique role of coaches within the education system. The WI Coach Evaluation Rubric, process forms, and evidence collection guidance is available on the WI Coaching Evaluation webpage. The rubric and forms have been automatically added and made available in the Frontline Education platform for state model districts/2R charters. Districts must submit a sign-up form to request the configuration of the evaluation for use.