July 30, 2014
NCEES
Harnett County




















Harnett County Schools
Teacher Effectiveness Data for the 2012-13 School Year
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Evaluation standards for teachers:
Standard 1. Teachers demonstrate leadership.
Standard 2. Teachers establish a respectful environment for a diverse population of students.
Standard 3. Teachers know the content they teach.
Standard 4. Teachers facilitate learning for their students.
Standard 5. Teachers reflect on their practice




Not Demonstrated1
Developing2
Proficient3
Accomplished4
Distinguished5

Count
Percent
Count
Percent
Count
Percent
Count
Percent
Count
Percent
Standard 1
1
.1
20
1.7
601
52.1
434
37.6
97
8.4
Standard 2
1
.1
10
1.2
451
54.9
324
39.4
36
4.4
Standard 3
1
.1
10
1.2
485
59
290
35.3
36
4.4
Standard 4
1
.1
18
1.6
602
52.2
471
40.8
61
5.3
Standard 5
2
.2
16
1.9
520
63.3
252
30.7
32
3.9

      • indicates that fewer than five teachers were evaluated.
- indicates that no teachers received this rating.

Not Demonstrated (Lowest Rating) indicates that the educator did not demonstrate competence on the standard, or display adequate growth toward the standard.
Developing indicates that the educator is growing in his or her understanding of that standard, but has not yet demonstrated competence.
Proficient indicates that the educator demonstrated basic competence of the standard.
Accomplished indicates that the educator exceeded basic competence on the standard, most of the time.
Distinguished (Highest Rating) indicates that the educator consistently and significantly exceeds basic expectations on the standard.

Standard 6. Teachers contribute to the academic success of students.**



Does Not Meet
Expected Growth1
Meets
Expected Growth2
Exceeds
Expected Growth3

Count
Percentage
Count
Percentage
Count
Percentage
Standard 6
69
14.6
262
55.4
142
30

Does Not Meet Expected Growth the student growth value for the teacher is lower than what was expected per the statewide growth model.
Meets Expected Growth the student growth value for the teacher is what was expected per the statewide growth model.
Exceeds Expected Growth the student growth value for the teacher exceeds what was expected per the statewide growth model.

All teachers in North Carolina receive a rating for Standard 6. For some teachers, however, this rating is populated with school-level growth and not data from the performance of the individual teacher’s students. For the 2012-13 school year, we do not include ratings for teachers with school-level growth measures. The number of teachers in the count for Standard 6 represents only those teachers with individual estimates of student growth.