Posted: Wed, 10/23/2013 - 2:11pm Updated: Tue, 11/29/2016 - 9:03am

2014-2015 Staff Performance Evaluation Results

IC 20-28-11.5-9 requires each charter school, including virtual charters, and school corporation to provide the disaggregated results of staff performance evaluations by teacher identification numbers to the Department of Education (DOE). Charter schools and school corporations submitted this data for all certificated staff through the DOE-ER data collection, which closed April 4, 2016.

The law also requires the DOE to report the results of staff performance evaluations in the aggregate to the State Board of Education and to the public via the department's website annually by December 15. The spreadsheet below includes the following required data:

  • The aggregate of certificated employees of each school and school corporation;
  • The aggregate of graduates of each teacher preparation program in Indiana;
  • The annual retention rate for certificated employees for each school, including charter schools;
  • Aggregate results of staff performance evaluations for each evaluation category;
  • Aggregate results of staff performance evaluations for each category broken down by content area of the initial teaching license received by teachers upon completion of a particular teacher preparation program.

Per IC 20-28-3-0.5, the department did not post data for schools, corporations, and teacher preparation institutions where less than 10 educators were reported, as this data could be personally identifiable

For more information, please refer to the FAQ.

Teacher Performance Grant

$2 Million 2015-2016 Excellence in Performance Grant

The Excellence in Performance Award, totaling $2 million, is administered by the Indiana Department of Education and awarded to school corporations and charter schools for teachers rated Highly Effective in Title I Focus and Priority schools .  The 2014-15 award may be distributed to Highly Effective teachers in leadership roles during the 2015-2016 school year or used as a retention stipend to retain the Highly Effective teachers in the Title I Focus and Priority school for the 2016-2017 school year.  To be eligible for this award, an LEA must have an evaluation plan that meets the requirements established in IC 20-28-11.5.  Applications are due November 6, 2015 and must be submitted to

Onsite Monitoring Resources

Navigate through this site

State Evaluation Model

Historical Staff Performance Evaluation Data


Observation and Feedback
Student Growth
District Implementation
Continuous Improvement