ERIC Number: ED116312
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: N/A
MASA Study of Administrator Evaluation, 1974-75.
Michigan Association of School Administrators, East Lansing.
Intended primarily for Michigan administrators, this document presents a variety of information on administrator evaluation. A survey of Michigan superintendents revealed, among other things, that there is a very high interest in administrative evaluation, that 45 percent of the responding districts have no formal evaluation system, that 36 percent have a formal evaluation system, that 19 percent have no formal or informal administrator evaluation system, that 30 percent base administrator evaluation on a job description, and that 46 percent include an appraisal conference in the evaluation process. Along with the results of the survey, the document presents a listing of the types of evaluation, an outline of strategies for implementing an administrator appraisal system, an argument for using facts rather than opinions in evaluation, an overview of four sources of information, and nine models of administrator evaluation programs. (Author/IRT)
Descriptors: Administrator Evaluation, Elementary Secondary Education, Management by Objectives, Models, Personnel Evaluation, Program Descriptions, State Surveys, Superintendents, Trend Analysis
Michigan Association of School Administrators, 421 West Kalamazoo, Lansing, Michigan 48933 ($1.50, payment must accompany order)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Michigan Association of School Administrators, East Lansing.
Identifiers - Location: Michigan