The SECC project team held a conference call on October 13 with Tracy Weeks, the NCDPI chief academic and digital learning officer, along with staff members Tiffany Perkins, Sneha Shah-Coltrane, Bill Hussey, and Tom Tomberlin to discuss the activities in the Year 4 Work Plan. NCDPI staff discussed a need to determine student growth (Standard 6) methods for teachers that have no standard assessment in place to meet this requirement in the evaluation process. The AIG, EL, EC, CTE middle grades, and K–2 dual language teachers were identified as teachers who provide student support but are often not the teachers of record and therefore need an alternate method for determining their impact on student growth. The group discussed how this TA might be provided and potential next steps. On October 15, the SECC team discussed specific tasks and a potential plan for getting the information needed by NCDPI. A conference call was held on October 28 with SECC staff and NCDPI staff from Educator Effectiveness and Global Education to gather additional information about each teacher area identified and to discuss why the processes in place for determining student growth could not be used for these groups of teachers. SECC team members will use the information gathered to develop a work plan and timeline to be shared with NCDPI staff.