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4 AAC 18.031. Employment of members of immediate families of school board members

(a) The commissioner's approval of a school district's new employment of a member of the immediate family of a school board member, required by AS 14.14.140 , must be given upon the written certification by the chief school administrator that the person for whom the approval is requested

(1) is the most qualified applicant for the position; and

(2) has been approved by the school board for employment in the position.

(b) The school board approval required by (a)(2) of this section must be in the form of a motion passed by a majority of a quorum of the board. The motion must be limited to the matter of the employment of the person for whom approval under this section is requested, and must state that the approval of the commissioner is required because the person is a member of the immediate family of a school board member.

History: Eff. 8/30/86, Register 99

Authority: AS 14.07.060

AS 14.14.140

4 AAC 18.900. Definitions

(a) "Immediate family" as used in AS 14.14.140 means

(1) husband and wife;

(2) father and son, or daughter;

(3) mother and son, or daughter;

(4) brother and sister.

(b) In AS 14.20.150 (pertaining to acquisition of tenure right), "three full school years" means

(1) three consecutive school years of service, regardless of the number of hours per day, or days per week or per month actually taught, for a person employed for full school terms, as set by AS 14.03.030 , under a contract required by this chapter; or

(2) a combination of sequential fractions of consecutive school years which equal three full school terms, regardless of the number of hours per day, or days per week or per month actually taught, for a person employed for less than full school terms, as set by AS 14.03.030 , under a contract required by this chapter.

History: Eff. 5/30/71, Register 30; am 8/30/75, Register 55; am 5/10/78, Register 66; am 1/22/81, Register 77; am 8/30/84, Register 91; am 3/31/2005, Register 173

Authority: AS 14.07.060

AS 14.20.150

Editor's note: This definition section was 4 AAC 18.030 before publication of Register 99 (October 1986). Its history note includes the history of the section in its former location.

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Chapter 19
Evaluation of Professional Employees

Section

10. Purpose and scope of evaluations.

15. Evaluation materials to be available.

20. (Repealed).

30. Evaluation procedures.

40. Confidentiality of the evaluation.

50. (Repealed).

55. Reporting of evaluation results.

60. Evaluation training.

99. Definitions.

4 AAC 19.010. Purpose and scope of evaluations

(a) A district's evaluation of a teacher, administrator, or special service provider shall provide information and analysis that

(1) help the teacher, administrator, or special service provider grow professionally;

(2) are intended to improve the effectiveness of instruction at the school; and

(3) relate to the future employment of the teacher, administrator, or special service provider.

(b) For each of the content standards set out in 4 AAC 04.200(b) (2) - (8), a district shall evaluate whether a teacher is exemplary, proficient, basic, or unsatisfactory on the standard. In evaluating the teacher, the district shall consider the cultural standards set out in 4 AAC 04.200(f) . A district may evaluate a teacher on additional standards that have been adopted by the district.

(c) For each of the content standards set out in 4 AAC 04.200(c) , a district shall evaluate whether an administrator is exemplary, proficient, basic, or unsatisfactory on the standard. In evaluating the administrator, the district shall consider the cultural standards set out in 4 AAC 04.200(f) . A district may evaluate an administrator on additional standards that have been adopted by the district.

(d) A district shall evaluate whether the performance of a special service provider is exemplary, proficient, basic, or unsatisfactory on the performance standards for the special service applied by the district under 4 AAC 04.205(d) . In evaluating the special service provider, the district shall consider the cultural standards set out in 4 AAC 04.200(f) .

(e) Repealed 10/9/2016.

(f) Repealed 10/9/2016.

(g) A teacher, administrator, or special service provider who receives a performance evaluation rating of unsatisfactory on one or more of the content standards has not met the district performance standards for purposes of AS 14.20.149 (b)(6), (e), or (f).

(h) Unless the district is non-retaining the teacher, administrator, or special service provider, if a district gives a special service provider, administrator, or teacher a performance evaluation rating of basic on two or more of the content standards or in the case of teachers and administrators, the district's standard for student learning data, the district

(1) shall provide support and assistance, as determined by the district, for improvement on those standards or criteria;

(2) may place the teacher, administrator, or special service provider on a plan of professional growth.

(i) If, at the conclusion of a plan of professional growth, a teacher's, administrator's, or special service provider's performance on the standards or criteria in question is not proficient or exemplary, the district may place the teacher, administrator, or special service provider on a plan of improvement under AS 14.20.149 (b)(6).

(j) For purposes of this section, a plan of professional growth is a plan developed by the evaluating administrator, in consultation with the teacher, administrator, or special service provider to whom the plan applies, to provide the structure, assistance, and guidance for the teacher, administrator, or special service provider to improve in all criteria in which the teacher, administrator, or special service provider is performing at a basic level. The plan must include

(1) clear and specific performance expectations;

(2) a description of ways that the teacher's, administrator's, or special service provider's performance can be improved; and

(3) a duration determined by the district.

(k) Repealed 9/29/2016.

History: Eff. 8/30/75, Register 55; am 2/16/2013, Register 205; am 10/9/2015, Register 216; am 9/29/2016, Register 219; am 10/9/2016, Register 220

Authority: AS 14.07.020

AS 14.07.060

AS 14.20.149

4 AAC 19.015. Evaluation materials to be available

(a) A district shall make available to the public by posting on the district's website the following items that the district uses in the evaluation of certificated employees:

(1) forms used to gather information from students, parents, and community members as described in AS 14.20.149 (b)(7);

(2) standards developed under 4 AAC 04.205;

(3) policy and procedures developed under AS 14.20.149 and this chapter.

(b) The information included on the website must make clear how the district has considered information from students, parents, community members, classroom teachers, affected collective bargaining units, and administrators in the design of the district's certificated employee evaluation system, as required under AS 14.20.149 .

(c) If a district does not maintain a website, the district must make available at each school site the information described in (a) and (b) of this section.

History: Eff. 9/2/2011, Register 199; am 10/9/2016, Register 220

Authority: AS 14.07.020

AS 14.07.060

AS 14.20.149

4 AAC 19.020. Scope of evaluation

Repealed.

History: Eff. 8/30/75, Register 55; repealed 2/13/2013, Register 205

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