8 edition of Superintendent Evaluation Handbook found in the catalog.
March 28, 2003
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
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Superintendent evaluation is a unique process that is often neglected but critical in this era of accountability. This invaluable guide provides an overview of the entire process, including: crafting board policy, criteria for good policy, and prototype : Michael F.
DiPaola, James H. Stronge. Other resources on superintendent evaluation: A locally developed tool that meets the requirements stipulated in Section of the Revised School Code; School Superintendent Evaluation Handbook book Administrator Evaluation System.
Selecting and evaluating the superintendent is one of the school board’s most important jobs. A high quality superintendent evaluation process helps develop good board/superintendent relationships, provides clarity of roles, creates common understanding of the leadership being provided and provides a mechanism for public accountability.
This handbook describes the superintendent evaluation system developed for Pulaski County Public Schools as set forth in Pulaski County Public Schools’ policies CBA, CBD, and CBG; and Pulaski County Public Schools’ Comprehensive Plan, goals and The Board and Superintendent Handbook: Current Issues and Resources is a practical guide for both board members and superintendents.
The book includes contributions from experienced and new superintendents and board members on a wide range of topics that boards and superintendents must navigate together successfully in order to move districts. Topics covered in this handbook include governance, operations, working with your board, strategic planning, bargaining, education funding, fiscal management, communications, advocacy, and important policies, procedures and forms.
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Superintendent Evaluation Handbook Superintendent evaluation is a unique process that is often neglected but critical in this era of accountability. This invaluable guide provides an overview of the entire process, including: crafting board policy, criteria for good policy and prototype policy.
This model process is designed to promote a reflective conversation between school board members and their superintendent. This collaborative approach is for the purpose of improvement of performance of both the superintendent and the system so that student achievement increases.
Sample 1: Superintendent Evaluation Form. Part I - Job. superintendent has had the opportunity to provide input into the evaluation process.
Oftentimes, school board members have limited knowledge of the duties of thethe evaluation process does not match the functions of the superintendent’s actual responsibilities (Moffett, ).File Size: KB.
The Construction Superintendent's Handbook will assist those people striving to attain the respected position of superintendent and will also provide more than a few insights for those experienced professionals who have achieved this goal. This book is divided into three sections with many chapters within each one of these sections.
xiFile Size: KB. Superintendent Evaluation MASC has prepared a resource for school committee members which includes a comprehensive explanation and guide to a meaningful and manageable Superintendent Evaluation process. The guide is available for download below. MASC Guide to Superintendent Evaluation.
the superintendent’s evaluation meeting. Unless the superintendent requests the evaluation meeting be open, theschool board may close the meeting. If the superintendent wants the evaluation to occur in an open meeting, the school board chair shall get the request in writing.
The school board shares and discusses with the superintendent File Size: KB. Superintendent’s Evaluation Dr. Tom Kingston Summative Findings: The process that the School Committee has engaged in to evaluate the Superintendent within the newly adopted Educator Appraisal system has been to review the rubrics established for all educators, the self-assessment and artifacts that Dr.
Kingston provided. Superintendent evaluation is a unique process that is often neglected but critical in this era of accountability. This invaluable guide provides an overview of the entire process, including: crafting board policy, criteria for good policy, and prototype policy.
It identifies the unique challenges posed by the evaluation process and describes a three-tiered model of evaluation. This model is. Superintendent. erf. rmance. valuation. ystem. November. The. Yourtown. Public Schools Superintendent Performance Evaluation System Handbook is designed to provide a prototype of a superintendent evaluation handbook established by a fictitious Virginia school division.
Superintendent’s Handbook 8 SUPERINTENDENT’S TIMELINE APRIL The annual SUPERINTENDENTS MEETING is often held in April. This is an opportunity for new and experienced superintendents to share ideas and plan for the Fair. Premium Book changes for your department are DUE by the end of April.
MAY. Superintendent completes a self-assessment including reflections and supporting artifacts and provides it to the board. Individual board members complete evaluation forms and bring the forms to the board’s evaluation session or send copies to the board president or board secretary to be compiled, according to district’s procedures.
Size: 1MB. The superintendent evaluation process is a part of the Missouri’s Educator Evaluation System, which was created, field-tested and piloted, and refined by hundreds of educators across the state. The system is founded on general beliefs about the purpose of the evaluation process.However, as we settle into new routines, at least for the near-term, committees are beginning to consider the ongoing work and responsibilities of the committee, including the evaluation of the superintendent.
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