Advisory Committee on Accountability and Evaluation
Revised January 2010
The Advisory Committee on Accountability and Evaluation addresses requirements for evaluation defined by the School Board's Policy on Accountability and Evaluation (45-3) and the related Policy Implementation Procedures (PIP 45-3). The Committee will review progress on accomplishment of the accountability and evaluation procedures and advise the Superintendent on ways to improve the programs, practices, and behaviors related to its implementation. More specifically the Committee will:
- review current evaluation requirements, procedures, and practices;
- review data developed as a result of the implementation of the accountability and evaluation procedures;
- monitor the evidence that demonstrates APS is accountable for implementing the recommendations from evaluations; and
- advise on improvement of the accountability and evaluation procedures.
Appointed by the Superintendent for a two-year term and reporting to the Superintendent, the committee will consist of approximately 20 members representing parents, other community members, students, teachers, and other staff. There will be an equal balance between the number of parent and community members and the number of staff members.
The committee will meet at least four times each year.
Staff Liaison and Staff Support
The Assistant Director for Evaluation will serve as staff liaison to the Committee.