The Network for Educator Effectiveness (NEE), offered through the Assessment Resource Center at the College of Education & Human Development, is a comprehensive system that provides training and resources for evaluating and supporting the professional growth of teachers, principals, and other educators (superintendent, school counselors, library/media science specialists, speech/language pathologists and paraprofessionals).

More than 280 public school districts use NEE to provide genuinely useful information to educators to help them grow professionally, as well as providing evaluators with effective tools for coaching and feedback that meets state and federal requirements.

Learn more about the Network for Educator Effectiveness.