Gifted Program Evaluation
Gifted program evaluation is an essential component for continuous growth and improvement, a requirement of the Colorado Gifted Education Review (CGER) process and a condition of state accreditation and reporting. Program evaluation is a systemic process that may occur annually, bi-annually and during the CGER process. It relies on using meaningful data, such as stakeholder surveys or focus group data, the performance of identified gifted students on state and local assessments, identification demographic data and the monitoring of students’ Advanced Learning Plans (ALPs). An AU is accountable for the submission of specific state reports that reflect data and evidence collected as part of a program evaluation. An inclusive program evaluation is comprised of four components.
Access the links for additional information on these components:
Exceptional Children's Educational Act (ECEA) Rules
- Comprehensive Program Plan (CPP)
- Assurances Reports
- Colorado Gifted Education Review (CGER)
- Improvement Timeline