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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 

The purpose of ARRA is to stimulate the US economy in the short term and invest in education and other essential public services to ensure the long-term economic health of the nation.   The use of ARRA funds is intended to strengthen education, drive reforms, and improve results for students from early learning through college.  These funds are to be used to improve student achievement and help close the achievement gap.  For a more complete description, view the entire description document here.

A vital part of ARRA reporting is a focus on ensuring that all students are afforded the opportunity to work with effective teachers and principals.  This page links to information that will help the reader understand how teachers and principals in Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) are evaluated.

Achieving Equity in Teacher Distribution

To enable state officials, parents, community and business partners and other interested parties to measure a school systemís progress towards improving teacher effectiveness and achieving equity in the distribution of teachers, all school systems in Maryland are collecting, publishing, and analyzing basic information about how districts evaluate teacher effectiveness and distribute their highly qualified and effective teachers among schools.

The table below lists, by school, rating distribution of teachers for the 2012-2013 school year through June 27, 2013. Figures reflect the most current rating on file for each teacher at a given school. Because evaluations are personnel matters, ratings of individual teachers are not available to the public. This table will be updated periodically to reflect the latest available ratings distribution.

Achieving Equity in Principal Distribution

To enable state officials, parents, community and business partners and other interested parties to measure a school systemís progress all school systems in Maryland are collecting, publishing, and analyzing basic information about how districts principals are evaluated. The table below lists rating distribution of principals for the 2012-2013 school year through June 27, 2012. Figures reflect the most current rating on file for each principal at a given school. Because evaluations are personnel matters, ratings of individual principals are not available to the public. This table will be updated periodically to reflect the latest available ratings distribution.