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ERIC Number: ED045600
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 5
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NJEA Speaks Out On...Teacher Evaluation.
This leaflet contains guidelines for local teacher associations and negotiating teams in developing teacher-board agreements on evaluation procedures and career development programs for professional staffs in New Jersey public school districts. Included are discussion of the reasons for evaluation and the basic principles behind it, a list of what should be evaluated, suggestions as to how it should be done, listing of the teacher's rights with respect to evaluation, and specific recommendations to local teacher associations. Focus throughout the discussion is one of distinction between the two types of evaluation: 1) job-oriented evaluation designed to provide a basis for the granting of tenure, for the withholding or granting of an increment, or for the dismissal of incompetent or incapacitated practitioners; and 2) staff development, career-oriented evaluation intended to improve the effectiveness of the individual practitioner, to inspire professional growth, and to shape a successful teaching career. Suggestions are made with regard to teacher supervision and counseling procedures related to each type of evaluation. (JS)
New Jersey Education Assn., 180 W. State Street, Trenton, N.J. 08608 (free)
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Identifiers - Location: New Jersey