2019 Roland-Story CTE Program Stakeholder Evaluation-Teachers & Admnistration

This document was developed to assist in evaluating the CTE programs in the Roland-Story Community School District. Quality CTE Education programs are those which meet program standards based on the quality indicators provided. The goal of the evaluation process is to assist in program improvement.

1 = Major Improvements needed
2 = Minor Improvements needed
3 = Good
4 = Superior

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A red asterisk (*) indicates required questions.


  1. Standard 1: The instructor is licensed and appropriately endorsed. *
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  1. Standard 2: The instructor participates in their professional associations and development activities.*
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  1. Standard 3: Curriculum, instruction, and evaluation are based on the state-approved standards and objectives.*
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  1. Standard 4: Equal access is provided to all students, including non-traditional and special populations (I.E>: special education students, minorities, etc).*
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  1. Standard 5: Students have the opportunity to concentrate in a state-wide recognized CTE Career Pathway.*
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  1. Standard 6: Intra-curricular student leadership training opportunities are provided through the CTE's recognized organization.*
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  1. Standard 7: The program has an annual operating budget.*
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  1. Standard 8: Proper equipment and adequate supplies are available to maintain and support the program.*
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  1. Standard 9: Appropriate instructional materials are available to achieve the goals and objectives of the program.*
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  1. Standard 10: Classrooms, labs, and storage areas provide adequate, quality, and safe learning environments to meet program objectives.*
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  1. Standard 11: Safe practices are understood (by students) and implemented (by teacher/school).*
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  1. Standard 12: The program utilizes an advisory council with the functions including an annual program review, long-range planning, marketing, and recommendations.*
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  1. Standard 13: District and school administration understand and demonstrate support for the program.*
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  1. Standard 14: Reasonable enrollment and appropriate student/instructor ratios are maintained to ensure that program objectives are met in a safe and effective manner.*
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Roland-Story
Story City, IA