Other Documents and Agreements
2014-15 Principal Practice Observation Tool (DOE)
“The Principal Practice Observation Tool was created as an evidence gathering tool to be used by evaluators during Principal Practice Observations as part of the Principal Performance Review. The evidence gathered by this tool will be applied to the Quality Review rubric. The tool provides examples and questions directly connected to leadership practices embedded in each indicator of the Quality Review rubric, allowing strong leadership practices to be recognized in the context of any school. The questions embedded in the tool can also serve as a reflection exercise for principals.”
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.
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.
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.