Welcome to Educator Software Solutions, LLC

Educator Software Solutions is devoted to providing the best teacher evaluation software available. We have been building software for teacher evaluations since 2006. We have standard evaluation packages available and ready for use as well as completely customizable packages based on your needs.

Feel free to try out any of our web based applications.


Administrator Accounts
Wisconsin Project - Username: bucky@tnschools.org Password: bucky
ProjectCOACH - Username: riggsp@tnschools.org Password: riggsp
TN Framework - Username: ray@tnschools.org Password: ray
Customizable Walkthrough - Username: boydj@honorable.org Password: boydj

Posted by Dallas on April 22, 2011  • 

Information for Subscribers of the Marshall Memo

First of all, We would like to thank Kim for his work and for allowing us to be a small part of what he does.

Subscribers of the Marshall Memo should see a reference to our evaluation software built using Kim's framework and rubrics.

The software was built for a pilot program implemented by the Hamilton County TN DOE. During the pilot year of this project we recorded more than 20,000 observations. We also saw an approval rate for administrators of 100% and an approval rate for teachers of 84%.

Feel free to try out our web based application using Kims's framework.


Administrator Account
Username: riggsp@tnschools.org Password: riggsp

Posted by Dallas on July 19, 2011  • 

Welcome Wisconsin Schools

In January of 2011 Educator Software Solutions was fortunate enough to work with Dr. Sara Burmeister of Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School District in Oak Creek Wisconsin.

We built an evaluation system for Dr. Burmeister combining three different rubrics into an easily accessible and managable system.

Posted by Dallas on February 1, 2011  • 

Welcome Hamilton County Schools

For the 2010-2011 school year, Educator Software Solutions has been hired to build, host, and maintain the online application that will be used to conduct Hamilton County Tennessee's teacher evaluations.

Hamilton County will be using methodology designed by Kim Marshall of the Marshall Memo.

Update: As of May 2011, Hamilton County Schools has conducted for than 20,000 observations using ProjectCOACH's online system.

Posted by Dallas on September 8, 2010  •