|New York State Education Law 3012-d, which governs the new Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) evaluation process, requires that school districts make available to parents the composite effectiveness score for their child's teacher. A teacher's composite effectiveness rating is determined by classroom observations and student growth on state exams. Parents may also request the composite effectiveness rating for the school principal.
Parents or guardians interested in learning the composite effectiveness rating of their child's current teacher and/or principal should contact the Superintendent's Office.
Linked at right are the Board of Education policy and regulation regarding the disclosure of APPR data as well as the state-approved APPR plan.