Using Google Apps for Superintendent Evaluation

Harnack, Jay C. A.
January 2016
School Administrator;Jan2016, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p1
The article discusses the use of Google applications to evaluate the performance of school superintendents and leaders. Topics covered include the importance of effective superintendent evaluation process to the quality of education of students and identification of areas that schools should improve. Also mentioned are details about a model that uses digital applications to allow students and staff members to send monthly performance feedback to the leaders.


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