SuperEval Blog

SuperEval Case Study: Charles Leichner

November 14th, 2017

Executive Summary Charles Leichner, the superintendent at the Cassadaga Valley Central School, realized his school district’s evaluation process had remained unchanged for over a decade. One of the main issues was that their process lacked a rubric, making feedback from board members subjective. While Leichner and the board members had a great dialogue and rapport, […]

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Top 10 School Districts in America: What Do They Have in Common?

November 9th, 2017

Picture the perfect school district. What does it look like? In which areas does it consistently rank the highest? While academics, administration, and teachers may come to mind, other factors deserve consideration as well. Diversity, sports, and food, for example, also affect a school district’s perceived success. To determine which characteristics are most common among […]

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Show of Hands: Should Districts Cater to Students’ Learning Styles?

November 7th, 2017

As a thoughtful leader and dedicated difference-maker in your school district, you will do anything to provide the best possible experiences for your students, faculty, and staff. But even though it may be easy to say, “Yes, we must cater to every student’s learning style,” experienced superintendents are savvy enough to explore personalized learning environments […]

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