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ERIC Number: ED062693
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Mar-19
Pages: 10
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Principals: Who's Evaluating Them, Why, and How?
Redfern, George B.
This speech discusses various reasons for implementing a principal evaluation program and describes how such a program could be accomplished. The author argues that principal evaluation based on performance objectives is more meaningful than evaluation based on predetermined performance standards with unilateral ratings by the principal's superiors. According to the author, principal performance evaluation requires (1) the establishment of appropriate work goals, (2) the development of a clear-cut program of action, (3) the collection of leadership productivity evidence, (4) frequent contacts between administrator and evaluator, (5) a performance self-assessment by the administrator, (6) an administrator performance assessment by the evaluator, (7) an evaluation conference, and (8) some appropriate followup action. (Author/JF)
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Note: Paper presented at National Association of Secondary School Principals Annual Convention (56th, Anaheim, California, March 17-22, 1972)