Council of School Supervisors & Administrators

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Other Documents and Agreements

 

2011-2012 Multiyear Performance Differentials 

The Department of Education has released the list of schools eligible for the 2011-2012 multiyear performance differentials. The differentials are scheduled to be paid on 6/28/13 for in-service members and on 7/11/13 in a supplemental payroll for members who have separated from service.

Click HERE for the list of schools eligible for the 2 multiyear differentials.

Click HERE for the list of schools eligible for the 3 multiyear differentials.


2011-2012 Performance Differentials 

The Department of Education has announced the list of schools eligible for the 2011-2012 performance differentials. 

Please note schools must meet all DOE criteria to be eligible for the performance differential. Principals and Assistant Principals whose Progress Reports scores are in the top 20% citywide are eligible.  Awards range from $7,000 up to $25,000 for Principals, and from $3,500 up to $12,500 for Assistant Principals.

Performance differential criteria can be found on the Principals' Portal through the DOE intranet. 

Click HERE to review the list for elelmentary, middle, high school and transfer schools.
Click HERE for the list for D75 and HERE for D79 schools.


2009-2010 Performance Differential Winners  & 2008-2009 Transfer and Early Childhood School Winners

In mid January of 2011, the Department of Education released the list of elementary, middle, high school, District 75 and District 79 schools eligible for the 2009-2010 Performance Differentials. The list also includes Transfer and Early Childhood schools for the 2008-2009 school year. Principals and Assistant Principals whose Progress Reports scores are in the top 20% citywide are eligible. Awards range from $7,000 up to $25,000 for Principals, and from $3,500 up to $12,500 for Assistant Principals. Multiple year winners (those who have won Performance Differentials two years in a row or three in a row) will also be included in the payment. Payment will appear beginning with the January 30th payroll.

The DOE has also released the list of eligible winners for the school performance bonus under the UFT program. Principals of schools that met 100% of their performance targets and did not meet the criteria for the CSA award are awarded $7,000 and Principals of schools that met 75% of their targets are awarded $3,500. Assistant Principals at these schools will receive half of those amounts.

Click on the list of CSA Performance Differentials
Click on the list of UFT Citywide Winners


2008-2009 Elementary, Middle & High School Performance Differential Winners

In the fall of 2009, the Department of Education released the list of elementary, middle and high schools eligible for the 2008-2009 Performance Differentials citywide. Principals and Assistant Principals whose Progress Report scores are in the top 20% citywide are eligible. Principals are awarded differentials ranging from $7,000 up to $25,000 and Assistant Principals from $3,500 up to $12,500.

Principals and Assistant Principals, whose school qualified for the school performance bonus under the UFT program, are also awarded Performance Differentials. Principals of schools that met 100% of their performance targets are awarded $7,000 and Principals of schools that met 75% of their targets are awarded $3,500. Assistant Principals at these schools will receive half of those amounts.


2008-2009 District 75, District 79, Transfer Schools & Multiyear Performance Differential Winners

In the Spring of 2010, the Department of Education announced the 2008-2009 Performance Differential winners for District 75, District 79, Transfer Schools and multiyear winners (those who won performance differentials in school years '07-08 and '08-09). Payment for the District 75 & District 79 members will be in the form of a supplemental check available for pick up beginning 9am July 1st at Check Management, 65 Court Street, 18th floor, Room 1800A, Brooklyn NY. If you wish to have your check mailed to you, please send a notarized letter to the same address, or send a fax to 718-935-4633. The letter must have your file number, date of check (6/29/10) and your address.

Eligible members from Transfer schools should have received their Differential payment in the June 16th payroll.
We’ve been informed that multiyear winners will receive their differential payment in the Sept 16th payroll.

Click HERE for a list of District 75 schools.
Click HERE  for a list of District 79 schools. 

Click HERE  for a list of Transfer schools. 
Click HERE for multiyear winners. 

2007-2008 Performance Differentials Winners

In June 2008, the Department of Education released the list of schools eligible for the 2007-2008 Performance Differentials and the UFT performance bonuses. The 2007-2008 Performance Differentials pay up to a maximum of $25,000 for principals and $12,500 for assistant principals. Only the top 20% of principals in elementary, K-8, middle and  high schools, as measured by their schools' Progress Report scores are eligible for the Performance Differential.

Principals who did not qualify for the Performance Differential, but whose school qualified for the school-wide performance bonus program under the UFT, will receive a bonus of $7,000 if the schools meets 100% of its performance targets and $3,500 if the school meets 75% of its targets. Assistant Principals at these schools will receive half those amounts.

High Schools

Elementary, K-8 & Middle Schools

District 75 Schools


Principal Performance Review

  • After intensive negotiations in 2007, CSA and the Department of Education reached an agreement on a new Principal Performance Review (PPR).
     
  • As of spring 2007, our new contract provided for a labor management committee to redesign the PPR to be aligned with the DoE's new accountability initiatives. The DoE initially insisted that the school progress report dominate the PPR. In extended negotiations, CSA succeeded in developing an evaluation instrument that fairly balances the data of the progress report with goals and objectives and other areas of evaluation.
     
  • The PPR has four components that encompass the many aspects of a principal's leadership in a school. Each part has a percentage assigned to it and the total is converted to a ratio. The principal is expected to meet with his/her superintendent in early fall to develop and agree on five major goals and some objectives for each goal. These goals should be agreed upon after a review of the school's progress report, quality review and the CEP to help focus and prioritize the principal's work for this school year. The other portions of the rating include the school progress report, quality review and compliance reports. The overall PPR rating is the total of the four components.
     
  • The other major change is that the overall rating has five categories: Substantially Exceeds; Exceeds; Meets; Partially Meets; Does Not Meet.
     
  • Principal's Performance Review and compliance documents (PDF)