How Do Schools Evaluate Speech-Language Pathologists? Review processes vary, and most are not tailored for SLPs, according to recent survey results. At a Glance
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How Do Schools Evaluate Speech-Language Pathologists?
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At a Glance   |   September 01, 2017
How Do Schools Evaluate Speech-Language Pathologists?
The ASHA Leader, September 2017, Vol. 22, 28. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.22092017.28
The ASHA Leader, September 2017, Vol. 22, 28. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.22092017.28
In the 2016 ASHA Schools Survey, nearly half of SLPs (45 percent) reported that a school administrator, such as a principal, completed their performance review. The remainder reported that their reviews were mostly completed by special education directors and supervisors of speech-language programs. When asked what system or tool was used to evaluate their job performance, 43 percent of SLPs indicated a system that was also used for classroom teachers.
To facilitate the use of a performance review system that reflects the unique roles and responsibilities of school-based SLPs, ASHA offers the Performance Assessment of Contributions and Effectiveness (PACE).
Direct questions about PACE to schools@asha.org. For additional survey findings, visit on.asha.org/schools-survey.
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