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According to the National Educators Association (NEA), the core purpose of teacher assessment and evaluation should be to strengthen the knowledge, skills, dispositions, and classroom practices of professional educators. A successful teacher evaluation system with defined rubrics can improve the quality of education for the students. There are several benefits to utilizing teacher evaluation rubrics for improvement of teaching practices and district wide success in supporting student growth and learning. [Read More]
Schools are able to receive Medicaid reimbursement for health and related services provided to students who are enrolled in Medicaid, have services prescribed on his or her IEP, and are covered under the state Medicaid plan. Although the federal Medicaid program requirements apply to all states, Medicaid is administered jointly by the federal and state governments. When reviewing opportunities for Medicaid reimbursement, it’s important to have all of the federal and state data requirements met for Medicaid to reimburse for IDEA-related services. [Read More]
How can a teacher ensure that their classroom and instructional methods meet the expectations and guidelines of the Danielson evaluation standards? The Danielson Framework consists of four domains, which evaluate the success of an educator’s preparation, instruction, classroom environment, and professional responsibilities. [Read More]