RTP Schools Can Now Evaluate Themselves
With the publication of the RTP EVALUATION HANDBOOK, educators can now continually assess and evaluate how well they are doing with RTP.Evaluation Handbook Book available at: Brandt publishing
Whenever a school discipline program is adopted, most often the missing piece is an ongoing assessment and evaluation process. Whether a reading program, math program, or a discipline program, how does the school know it is being successful, especially several years down the road? And, how does the school know who is using the process, and who isn't ?
The purpose of the RTP Evaluation Handbook is to provide those who are using RTP with a means by which they can continually assess how well their school is doing and where, specifically, their school needs to improve. Thus, whether the process has been used for several months, or a number of years, the handbook will provide educators an opportunity for conducting their own intensive review of how well they and their schools are maintaining the integrity of RTP.
This handbook should be especially helpful to those schools who have had the training, implemented the process, and would like to know how they are presently doing but have limited financial resources to bring in an RTP evaluator.
For those schools having the resources to bring an accrediting team from the RTP, Inc. to their school, the handbook will provide the foreknowledge of knowing what an accredited RTP school encompasses. No school can gain accreditation without meeting all the criteria provided in the handbook.
To order the book - See: www.brandtpublishing.com order form
See comments by Craig King, principal at Evart Elementary School, Evart, Michigan, who is an RTP school administrator and who has used the RTP Evaluation Handbook.