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Teacher remediation plan used for IPA workshops.

Teacher remediation plan used for IPA workshops.

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Remediation plan Remediation plan Presentation Transcript

  • Teacher Remediation Plan
  • Dismissal • A teacher can be dismissed for failure to complete a remediation plan with a “satisfactory” or better rating...
  • “Unsatisfactory” Evaluation • Within 30 days after completion of an evaluation rating a teacher as “unsatisfactory,” development and commencement by the district of a remediation plan designed to correct deficiencies cited, provided the deficiencies are deemed remediable.
  • Participants • Qualified district administrator • Consulting teacher selected by the participating administrator who rated the teacher “unsatisfactory.” • 5 years teacher experience • reasonable familiarity with the assignment of the teacher being evaluated • “Excellent rating on last evaluation
  • Process • Evaluations and ratings once every 30 school days for the 90-school-day remediation plan. • Done by participating administrator • Must provide advice on “unsatisfactory” ratings • Consulting teacher must participate • Final decision by administrator
  • Reinstatement • Reinstatement of a schedule of biennial evaluation for any teacher who completes the 90-school-day remediation plan with a “satisfactory” or better rating
  • Dismissal • Dismissal in accordance with the School Code of any teacher who fails to complete the remediation plan with a “satisfactory” or better rating.
  • Incompetency is remediable • Incompetency is a remediable offense. • A school board is required to attempt to cure incompetency by evaluation and the adoption of a remediation plan prior to dismissal.
  • What is irremediable conduct? • Conduct is irremediable when the damage that has been done to students, faculty, or the school is irreparable. • Consideration is also given to whether or not the conduct could have been corrected had the employee been warned.
  • Actual Remediation Plan