The Performance Evaluation Advisory Council (PEAC) that met last year to develop state guidelines for educator evaluation will meet again Monday for the first time since PEAC members approved the guidelines in June.
A limited number of districts around the state have been piloting the System for Educator Evaluation and Development (SEED) this year and some have faced difficulties. The CT Mirror reported earlier this month that Bethany first selectwoman Derrylyn Gorski told legislative leaders the new evaluation system “is adding 43 workdays to administrators who are already very busy… This is such a burden to the small towns.”
Parents and teachers in Madison have also raised concerns about the new system they are required to implement in the coming academic year.
The Council will meet at 3pm Monday at the State Office Building.