Principal Performance Goals / SLO
PAETEP provides the new Principal Performance Goals (PPG) Template for Supervisors, in addition to the current SLO, as part of the base product. Overall, the template and process are designed to facilitate active participation in the evaluation process, while improving the school leader’s effectiveness, and fostering collaboration among colleagues.
- The PPG template has been built into PAETEP so that principals, assistant principals, vice principals, directors of career and technical education, and supervisors of special education can complete it electronically and submit to their supervisor for review.
- The PPG can be used in place of the Principal SLO. However, LEAs may elect to continue to use the Principal SLO process rather than the new PPG template. It is an LEA decision.
- Regardless of the LEA’s choice to use the new PPG or Principal SLO process, the final score earned by the administrator on the PPG or Principal SLO will constitute 20% of an administrator’s final summative score on the 82/13-2 form.
Principals can access both the PPG and the SLO on their Supervision page. They will be given the option to choose between the PPG and SLO when they click the Create New button on their page.
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Act 13 Changes for the 2021-22 School Year
Pennsylvania Act 13 of 2020 has made modifications to the Educator Effectiveness process for the 2021-22 school year. Edulink has updated PAETEP to align with the new requirements at no additional cost to our clients. It has always been our philosophy to keep PAETEP fully compliant with PDE requirements.
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The Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations (CRRSA) Act includes an additional $53.4 billion for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER II Fund). PA-ETEP and Comply may have applications related to providing school leaders with resources to continue to address the needs of their schools. Edulink is offering a 5% discount on three-year contracts as an option for districts looking for ways to allocate the new funding.
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