Educator Effectiveness Resources
Colorado’s new educator effectiveness law (from Senate Bill 10-191) makes significant changes to educator evaluation with the hope of improving instruction and enhancing student achievement. As this comprehensive measure moves through the implementation process, CASE will provide through our website helpful resources and tools to help school leaders better understand the law, make sense of implementation timelines, and understand what it means for school districts. We hope you’ll check this site often as we add and update it with new information.
Principal and Teacher Quality Standards: The final version of the Principal and Teacher Quality Standards is specified in the adopted Board of Education SB 191 rules.
Click here for the Colorado Principal Quality Standards Rubric.
Click here for the Colorado Teacher Quality Standards Rubric.
Click here to access an Integrated Timeline for planning.
CASE offers two professional learning seminars that focus on the implementation and practice of the Educator Effectiveness model. The Supervision and Evaluation seminar series, offered at least two time a year, is for practicing administrators and evaluator designees. Click here for more information.
The Leadership Academy for Principals: Summer Boot Camp is an annual course for assistant principals, principals and their evaluators. Click here to find out more.
SB 191 CASE Issue Brief
Issue Brief Executive Summary
on Educator Effectiveness