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IMPACT: School Leaders: Principals

IMPACT: School Leaders: Principals

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DCPS developed IMPACT, their system for assessing the performance of school-based staff, teachers, and school leaders. To create IMPACT for school leaders they solicited principal and assistant principal feedback through focus groups, one-on-one conversations, feedback sessions and the Chancellor’s monthly Principal Cabinet.
DCPS developed IMPACT, their system for assessing the performance of school-based staff, teachers, and school leaders. To create IMPACT for school leaders they solicited principal and assistant principal feedback through focus groups, one-on-one conversations, feedback sessions and the Chancellor’s monthly Principal Cabinet.

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 Our schools must be caring and supportive environments.
Our decisions at all levels must be guided by robust data.
All children, regardless of background or circumstance, can achieve at the highest levels.
It is critical to engage ourstudents’ families and communities as valued partners.
Achievement is a function of effort, not innate ability.
We havethe power and responsibility to close the achievement gap.
Our schools must be caring and supportive environments.
Our decisions at all levels must be guided by robust data.
All children, regardless of background or circumstance,can achieve at the highest levels.
It is critical to engage our students’ families and communities as valued partners.
 Achievement is a function of effort, not innate ability.
We have the power and responsibility to close the achievement gap.
Our schools must be caring and supportive environments.
Our decisions at all levels must be guided by robust data.
All children, regardless of background or circumstance, can achieve at the highest levels.
It is critical to engage ourstudents’ families and communities as valued partners.
Achievement is a function of effort, not innate ability.
We havethe power and responsibility to close the achievement gap.
Our schools must be caring and supportive environments.
Our decisions at all levels must be guided by robust data.
All children, regardless of background or circumstance,can achieve at the highest levels.
It is critical to engage our students’ families and communities as valued partners.
 Achievement is a function of effort, not innate ability.
We have the power and responsibility to close the achievement gap.
Our schools must be caring and supportive environments.
Our decisions at all levels must be guided by robustdata.
All children, regardless of background or circumstance, can achieve at the highest levels.
It is critical toengage our students’ families and communities as valued partners.
Achievement is a function of effort, not innate ability.
We have thepower and responsibility to close the achievement gap.
Our schoolsmust be caring and supportive environments.
Our decisions at alllevels must be guided by robust data.
All children, regardless of background or circumstance, can achieve at thehighest levels.
It is critical to engage our students’ families and communities as valued partners.
Achievementis a function of effort, not innate ability.
We have the power and responsibility to close the achievement gap.
SCHOOL LEADERS
Principals
IMPACT
The District of Columbia Public SchoolsEffectiveness Assessment System forSchool-Based Personnel
2010–2011
 
On the cover of the IMPACT guidebook are the six core beliefs of DCPS. They are:
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All children, regardless of background or circumstance, can achieve at thehighest levels.
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Achievement is a function of effort, not innate ability.
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We have the power and responsibility to close the achievement gap.
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Our schools must be caring and supportive environments.
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It is critical to engage our students’ families and communities as valued partners.
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Our decisions at all levels must be guided by robust data.These core beliefs are the foundation of our work as a school system. They speak to theincredibly powerful idea that, despite the challenges that many of our students face,we have the ability to make a dramatic, positive
impact 
on their lives. Our hope is thatthis effectiveness assessment system will help us increase that impact and, in doingso, broaden the life opportunities of the children of the District of Columbia.
Michael DeAngelisSimona Monnatti
© 2010. All rights reserved.
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Letter from the ChancellorPutting Growth FirstOverview of DCPS Principal EvaluationStudent AchievementLeadership OutcomesPutting It All TogetherConcluding Message
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