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  1. 2013 Certification Drive-in Conference Welcome to Georgia: Navigating the Approval Process and Supporting Georgia Educators Dr. Hilda R. Tompkins Dr. Bobbi Ford November 12, 2013

  2. Agenda • Who we are and what we do • What’s on our website and where to find it • Overview of PRS • Overview of PAAR • GaPSC Updates: • Pre Service Certificate • edTPA • Certificate Upgrade Q&A throughout

  3. Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC)

  4. Mission Statement The mission of the GaPSC is to build the best prepared, most qualified, and most ethical education workforce in the nation.

  5. GaPSC Divisions • Educator Certification/Preparation • Educator Ethics • Technology

  6. GaPSC Divisions Educator Preparation • Program Approval • Educator Assessment • Teacher Quality • Non-traditional Preparation Programs • Recruitment

  7. Whom do we serve? • Professional Standards Commission • Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) • Regional Educational Service Agencies (RESA) • Local Education Agencies (LEA)

  8. The Approval Review System

  9. Peer Review System Board of Examiners’ Review (peer review of professional education units and preparation programs) Evaluation Review Panel (peer approval recommendation to the Ed Prep Standing Committee) Educator Preparation Standing Committee (final approval recommendation) Professional Standards Commission (final approval decision)

  10. Georgia 2008 Standards • Candidate Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions • Assessment System and Unit Evaluation • Field Experiences and Clinical Practice • Diversity • Faculty Qualifications, Performance, and Development • Unit Governance and Resources • Special Georgia Requirements • Alignment with Program Content Standards

  11. New CAEP Standards • Standard 1: Content and Pedagogical Knowledge • Standard 2: Clinical Partnerships and Practice • Standard 3: Candidate Quality, Recruitment, and Selectivity • Standard 4: Program Impact • Standard 5: Provider Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement

  12. New CAEP Standards • CAEP Standards were formally adopted/adapted by GaPSC in Fall, 2013. • New Standards will become effective as follows: • For unit reviews conducted Fall 2015 and after • For program reviews conducted Fall 2015 and after

  13. Review Types Developmental Review Initial Performance Review Continuing Review Focused Review Probationary Review

  14. Developmental Review A review of either a new professional education unit and/or new preparation program(s) for an approved professional education unit Standards are determined to be Met or Not Met

  15. Developmental Review Decision Options: Approval Provisional Approval Denial of Approval

  16. Initial Performance Review • A review of either a developmentally approved professional education unit and/or preparation program(s) to determine if performance data indicate standards are being met • Standards are determined to be Met or Not Met • Typically occurs 3 years after the Developmental Review

  17. Continuing Review • A review of a previously approved professional education unit and/or preparation program(s) • Standards are determined to be Met or Not Met • Professional education unit Continuing Review typically occurs 7 years after the Developmental Review of previous Continuing Review

  18. Initial & Continuing Review Decision Options: • Approval • Approval with Conditions • Approval with Probation

  19. Focused Review • Addresses only unmet standards • Optional after Provisional Approval decision (Developmental Review) • Optional after Approval with Conditions decision (Initial Performance Review or Continuing Review)

  20. Probationary Review • Conducted after a GaPSC decision of Approval with Probation • One or more not met standards and has pervasive problems • Mirrors the Developmental Review process • An additional approval action is that approval may be revoked

  21. HEOA: Low-Performing • Applicable to all providers of programs leading to certification • Determinations made annually • Determinations based on more than three years’ of data for units with fewer than 10 candidates for three or more years • Includes only GACE Content Assessment pass rates from GACE Annual Summary Report

  22. HEOA: Low-Performing • Defined as meeting all of the following conditions: • Three years of unit level aggregated GACE Content Assessment pass rates are not at or above 80%; • PAAR and/or Title II reports were not submitted, verified, and finalized by the published PSC deadlines for one or more of the previous three years; and • A significant discrepancy exists between the number of program completers and the number of completers who attempt and do not pass the GACE Content Assessment in their field of preparation.

  23. HEOA: At Risk Status At Risk of Low Performing Status is defined as meeting one or more of the criteria described in items a, b, and c in the previous slide in one reporting year.

  24. Questions?

  25. Role of the Education Specialist

  26. Working Collaboratively • First Point of Contact • Identified Contact Person • Messenger • Facilitator • Trainer

  27. Role of the Education Specialist What is our role with an approval review? • Primary resource for the EPP • Coordinates BOE Team • Program Reporting System (PRS) and PAAR • Conduct technical visits with EPPs • Preserve adherence to GaPSC Protocol • Answer questions regarding GAPSC policy and procedures • Maintain BOE focus on GA 2008 Standards • Troubleshoots

  28. Timeline for Developmental Group Program Approval Reviews

  29. What’s on Our Website and Where to Find it

  30. Questions?

  31. PRS & PAAR

  32. Program Reporting System (PRS) and Preparation Approval Annual Report (PAAR) PRS and PAAR are accessed through the GaPSC’s secure web portal . Every "author" who will be contributing report materials or operating the program must have a unique login ID. To obtain one or more login IDs, request them from your GaPSC Education Specialist by sending a list containing the following information for each individual: • First and last name • E-mail address • User privilege level (read-only or edit)

  33. Program Reporting System (PRS) The Program Reporting System (PRS) collects information describing educator preparation programs for which you are requesting approval and submits that information to the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC).

  34. Program Reporting System (PRS) PRS stores contextual information about each type of preparation program as well as performance data that define how well the program meets the GaPSC Georgia 2008 standards for educator preparation. The information provided will be used for the approval review process. .

  35. Preparation Approval Annual Report (PAAR) The Preparation Approval Annual Report (PAAR) collects information describing the Educator Preparation Provider and educator preparation programs, and submits that information to the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC).

  36. Preparation Approval Annual Report (PAAR) PAAR collects and stores descriptive information about the Educator Preparation Provider and also about each preparation program. The information provided will be aggregated over multiple collection years and will contribute to the base of knowledge supporting the approval review process.