Organizational Performance Results
The Organizational Performance Results Category examines the school’s performance and improvement in key areas---student learning results; student- and stakeholder-focused results; and staff and leadership results. The category also focuses on performance levels relative to those of comparable schools. (Baldrige National Quality Program)
The proof that what an organization identifies as important is being accomplished and success over time is evident. (Baldrige in Education)
What Does Organizational Performance Results Look Like at the School Level?
). The school has processes and summative measures in place that allow all stakeholders to determine how well the school is doing in relation to student, staff, and stakeholder needs, strategic goals, and the performance of other schools. Monitoring and evaluation of the leadership system and process management are included, as well, as is trend data for student achievement and student, staff and stakeholder levels of satisfaction/dissatisfaction.
What Does Organizational Performance Results Look Like at the Classroom Level?
In a Classroom Learning System focused on “Performance Results,” the teacher has identified the assessment tools that will be used to define expectations for students and to measure progress regarding academic achievement, levels of satisfaction, and classroom management. Progress is graphically displayed on classroom data centers and maintained in personal data notebooks or folders.