Tag Archive: Principal Evaluation

Jul 22

Changing Responsibilities and Changing Evaluations – Help for Building Principals

Those of us who can trace our administrative experiences to the 1980’s and even earlier have memories of limited staff developemt or training for the job other than a graduate program and then  “on the job training.”  Principal evaluation seemed to be connected to limited number of student discipline issues and reports due to the central office …

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May 19

Principal Evaluation Institutes

If your travel plans include a trip to Roanoke this summer or to Fredericksburg in September, you are in luck.  The VADOE has just released Superentendent’s Memo #130-13 with information regarding two separate sites for Principal Evaluation Institutes in July and September.  The July 24th Institute will be held at the Hotel Roanoke and the …

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Oct 31

Rethinking Principal Evaluation

Gail Connelley , the executive director of the National Association of Elementary School Principals in Alexandria and JoAnn Bartoletti, executive director of the National Association of Secondary School Principals in Reston have collaborated to produce this report on principal evaluation. Due to its length, a link to this post is provided below. www.naesp.org/rethinking-principal-evaluation.    

Sep 17

Principal Associations Comment on Administrator Evaluations

In a recently prepared document, the National Association of Elementary School Principals and the National Association of Secondary School Principals have gone on record to support modifications in the evaluation documentation for building principals at all levels.  This report was developed with support from a 2004 report, How Leadership Influences Student Learning by the Wallace Foundation, a national philanthropic organization which seeks …

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