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Companies partner to offer research-based educator evaluation system

Netchemia has partnered with Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting to offer a comprehensive, research-based performance evaluation system for K-12 districts and institutions.
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Netchemia, provider of cloud-based talent management software developed for K-12 school districts and institutions, has partnered with Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting to offer a comprehensive, research-based performance evaluation system for K-12 districts and institutions.

The partnership pairs Netchemia's TalentEd Perform cloud-based K-12 teacher evaluation software with the Stronge Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Performance Evaluation System to provide a uniform evaluation system for teachers, educational specialists, principals, district-level administrators, and superintendents.

Schools can use tablets and mobile devices to complete evaluation steps on the spot; manage and automate all teacher, educational specialist, and administrator evaluations within one system; incorporate student growth data; integrate with current HRMS to eliminate redundant tasks; and access reporting tools and analytics.

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