Type of Document Dissertation Author Adams, R. Joseph URN etd-10042006-143906 Title The superintendent's perspective of superintendent evaluation in the Commonwealth of Virginia Degree Doctor of Education Department Educational Administration Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Worner, Wayne Dempsey Committee Chair Alexander, M. David Committee Member Barham, Frank E. Committee Member Fortune, Jimmie C. Committee Member Underwood, Kenneth E. Committee Member Keywords
Date of Defense 1996-01-10 Availability restricted Abstract
The purposes of this study were threefold. The first was to describe the policies and procedures currently in place in the Commonwealth of Virginia for evaluating the superintendent in Virginia's school divisions. The second purpose was to examine and compare the evaluation practices reported by the superintendent with those considered "best practices" nationally as developed from a review of the literature. The last purpose of the study was to determine whether Virginia school superintendent evaluation policies ·and procedures vary according to the selected variables of size and expenditures per pupil of the school division.
This descriptive study was designed to describe the policies and procedures currently used in the Commonwealth of Virginia to evaluate public school superintendents. A questionnaire was used to survey the public school superintendents to get their perspective on the evaluation policies and procedures utilized by school boards to evaluate their performance. Data were reported in frequencies and percentages.
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