16 NCAC 6G.0307 Policy governing the assistance teams under the ABCs Model
|Policy Title||16 NCAC 6G.0307 Policy governing the assistance teams under the ABCs Model|
|Policy Category||NC Administrative Code (NCAC)|
|Previous Policy Dates||01/01/1989|
|Administrative Procedures Act (APA)||16 NCAC 6G.0307|
.307 ASSISTANCE TEAMS
- When performing its duties under G.S. 115C-105.38, each assistance team appointed by the SBE shall act in an advisory capacity to local school personnel, local school boards, and the SBE.
- Local boards of education and local school employees shall cooperate with assistance teams in the performance of their duties.
- Members of the assistance teams shall be subject to all confidentiality requirements that apply to local school employees.
- In the event of a disagreement between the assistance team and the school improvement team, the assistance team may request help from the central office and the local board of education.
- In carrying out its duty to evaluate employees, members of the assistance team shall:
- be familiar with and follow the provisions of G.S. 115C-333;
- use the appropriate form of the performance evaluation for the category of personnel being evaluated, such as teachers, support personnel, and administrators;
- share its evaluation and recommendations with each employee and the employee's supervisor; and
- notify the SBE of the evaluations for an employee who receives two consecutive evaluations by the assistance team that include findings and recommendations regarding the employee's inadequate performance.
- An assistance team that is assigned by the SBE to a low-performing school may at any time recommend to the SBE that a teacher, assistant principal, director, or supervisor be dismissed or demoted for one or more of the grounds established in G.S. 115C-325(e)(1). The SBE shall provide written notice to the employee of the grounds for the recommendation for dismissal or demotion.
- In reviewing evaluations of a local school employee, the SBE may deem the evaluations of the assistance team to supersede previous evaluations of the employee.
History Note: Authority G.S. 115C-12(9)c4.;
Eff. January 1, 1998.