Responding to the question, “Why are we really doing this?” LCI’s Multidimensional Performance Rubrics provide an approach to professional evaluation that focuses on developing and assessing leadership capacity in the service of sustainable school improvement, while also addressing the needs of evaluation mandates. All of our rubrics are explictly aligned to national leadership standards, and feature a separate section dedicated to goal setting and attainment.
- The Multidimensional Principal Performance Rubric (MPPR), the first of the series to be developed, is an approved evaluation instrument in New York and New Jersey, and is in evaluation pilots across the nation.
- The Multidimensional Leadership Performance Rubric (MLPR) is parallel to the MPPR but designed for use with non-principal school and district leaders, including Assistant/Vice Principals, Department Chairs, Directors and Supervisors.
- Completing the rubric trio, our Multidimensional Superintendent Performance Rubric (MSPR) incorporates the same structure as the MPPR and MLPR, but with context specific to Superintendent practice.