Georgia implemented the Leader Keys Effectiveness System (LKES), a common effectiveness system that will allow the state to ensure consistency and comparability across districts, based on a common definition of leader effectiveness.
The Leader Keys Effectiveness System consists of four components which contribute to an overall Leader Effectiveness Measure (LEM):
Leader Assessment on Performance Standards (LAPS), Student Growth, School Climate Survey, and Combination of Additional Data.
Coming Fall 2023
Asynchronous TKES and LKES Initial Credentialing Training
Face-to-Face Credentialing Training for District TKES/LKES Trainers
Need support for TKES and/or LKES Implementation? View TKES/LKES Map to identify your district's/school's assigned specialist and his/her email address.
Supports for Principals, Assistant Principals and Aspring School Leaders
Principal Matters Resources by Mark Wilson