Teacher Assignment in Local School Administrative Units Receiving Disadvantaged Student Supplemental Funding
|Policy Title||Teacher Assignment in Local School Administrative Units Receiving Disadvantaged Student Supplemental Funding|
|Policy Category||Evaluations & Qualifications (EVAL)|
|Previous Policy Dates||Approved by the Board on September 2, 2004 for July 1, 2005 implementation|
During any year in which a local school administrative unit receives funds from the Disadvantaged Student Supplemental Funding program, the superintendent shall require principals to assign an effective teacher with at least one year of teaching experience and a clear initial or continuing license to provide the focused interventions described in a personal education plan required under N.C. Gen. Stat. § 115C-105.41 for any student enrolled in grades kindergarten through eight. For purposes of this policy, an effective teacher is one, who on his or her most recent performance evaluation: (1) received a rating of “At Standard” on all performance functions on the Teacher Performance Appraisal Instrument-Revised; or (2) received comparable ratings on another validated evaluation instrument.