Performance Appraisals of School Administrators in One Canadian School District: A Contemporary Model

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  • Anthony H. Normore

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11575/ajer.v50i3.55089

Abstract

Research indicates that a sound performance appraisal process for school administrators contains key mechanisms that manifest themselves through dimensions of effective planning, assessment, and evaluation; effective use of resources; and communicating clear expectations. This article documents the development of a contemporary model of performance appraisal of school administrators in a Canadian school district. It is clearly presented as a guideline for individual educators who are committed to ongoing professional development. It may well serve as a guideline for other school districts where performance appraisal processes are being revisited and revamped for purposes of accountability and school administrators' performance effectiveness.

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2004-10-01

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