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ERIC Number: ED082376
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Jun
Pages: 8
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Assessment of Senior Officials or How To Get the Goods on the Chief Executive Officer.
Hickcox, Edward S.
Assessment of senior officials, according to this report, is designed to improve performance in terms of systems objectives. Assessment is defined as the measurement of the distance between performance desired and performance achieved. The author suggests that in developing an evaluative system the school system should first spend a lot of time, money, and effort in choosing administrators. In addition, he recommends development of a system for a nonthreatening cooperative assessment of administrator performance. The system recommended by the author is essentially a management-by-objectives approach. The author contends that an assessment program should ensure that expectations held for a system's educational program by trustees and administrative officers be congruent. (Page 1 may reproduce poorly.) (JF)
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