Long Island educator evaluations breakdown

The New York State Education Department released data on more than 33,000 Long Island educators but did not identify them by name. Here are details on the ratings given to teachers and principals, grouped by school district. The overall composite score is based on a combination of the ratings in the last three columns: growth, local and other. The composite rating is a translation of that numerical score into categories of highly effective, effective, developing and ineffective. For details on the scoring system and to learn more about the data, click here.

Data for some small districts, or districts with a small number of principals, was suppressed by the state to avoid making it possible to identify individuals.

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