ERIC Number: ED082326
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Aug-17
How To Evaluate a School Board.
Gamba, John F.
Information Legislative Service, v11 n33 Aug 17 1973
Educational accountability must be applied as diligently to school boards as it is to superintendents, administrators, and teachers. Effective appraisal can take place only when performance is compared to objectives. The successful board demonstrates a commitment to providing public accountability in all phases of its operation. It must have the means to evaluate itself critically in terms of the quality of education funded by the taxpayer, the financial commitment to the taxpayer, the existence of effective employee and community relationships, and the management leadership demonstrated. (Author)
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