The Multidimensional Principal Performance Rubric (MPPR) supports a balanced and purposeful professional assessment system, and promotes the development of quality principal practice.  The MPPR is designed in two parts.  Part 1 explicitly supports and assesses principals’ attainment of the ISLLC standards, while Part 2 supports and assesses principals in setting and attaining professional and school improvement goals.

 
The MPPR is approved for principal evaluation in New York and New Jersey, and has been incorporated into local and state pilots, nationwide.  It is the most widely used principal evaluation tool in New York State, with over 71% of the districts and BOCES committed to its implementation, and is reported to be the second-most widely adopted principal evaluation tool in New Jersey.  To learn more about the programs and product that support the rubric, see the menu at the left.

The MPPR is one of three Multidimensional Performance Systems leadership capacity rubrics, each focused on different roles within the district.
 
Learn more about the Multidimensional Leadership Performance Rubric (MLPR)
Learn more about the Multidimensional Superintendent Performance Rubric (MSPR)

MPPR seemed like the rubric that spoke best to whole school, whole district improvement. It addresses the elements of practice that we value.
- Lisa Brady, Dobbs Ferry