Alternative Quality Reviews refer to formative reviews that are conducted by the school’s network. These reviews do not yield a published report although reports for all schools identified as Priority or Focus by the New York State Education Department (NYSED) will be submitted to NYSED.
The Peer Quality Review (PQR) is a 1-day formative review experience for schools in their second year of existence and schools that have demonstrated sustained student growth, as measured by three consecutive years of “A” Progress Report overall grades. It is an opportunity for principals to work with a peer principal, and with their network teams to strengthen high-leverage practices and structures.
The list of schools slated to receive Peer Quality Reviews this year.
This document describes the policy for Peer Quality Reviews.
This template is to be used for preparing the PQR report.
This is the document that network team reviewers use to record their notes during the site visit to the school.
This document is to be used by principals in preparation for the Peer Quality Review visit. It must be completed and sent to the network reviewer(s) and peer principal two weeks prior to the school visit.