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Specialized Service Professionals Measures of Student Outcome
Senate Bill 10-191 requires that fifty percent of a specialized service professional’s evaluation in Colorado be based on measures of student outcomes. Specialized service professionals are: school counselors, school psychologists, occupational therapists, school orientation and mobility specialists, school social workers, speech language pathologists, school nurses, physical therapists, and audiologists.

State Requirements:
At least fifty percent of the evaluation shall be based on at least two measures of student outcomes, which measures shall be aligned with the role and duties and the individual SSP being evaluated.
Data used in evaluating SSPs shall be collected from the sites, or a representative sample of the sites, at which the SSP provides services

The model being used for specialized service professionals measures of student outcome is
School Performance Framework – 20%
As educators we are all responsible for supporting student achievement and growth. The best model will be selected for each individual school. The SPF data for 2015 - 2016 will remain unchanged from 2014 -2015 school year. 
2014-2015 School Year SPF Report
Guide to the 2014-2015 School Year SPF Report
Individual Attribution – 30%
Determined by each SSP area as defined by their roles and responsibilities.
2014-2015 Measures of Student Outcomes List

The 2014-2015 Final Ratings Calculator can be used to forecast Professional Practice Ratings, Measures of Student Learning Ratings, and Final Ratings.
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