Annual professional performance review

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The Annual Professional Performance Review Plan (also known as an APPR) is the process by which New York state teachers and principals are evaluated on a yearly basis.

New York State Education Department requires that each of the 698 public-school entities around the state document, and requires that local board of education have a plan in place for reviewing the merits of each educator in the public school system.

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  • Engage NY (official website for initiatives tied to APPRs and RTTT federal funding)