SuperEval Blog

Top 10 Ways to Build Trust with Your School Board

January 25th, 2018

Superintendents and teachers share a common purpose: improving outcomes in the classroom and developing the next generation of our nation’s leaders. Even with this shared foundational objective, superintendents and teachers need to continually work to strengthen their relationships and remain focused on ongoing collaboration to achieve the highest levels of shared success. As a superintendent […]

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Case Study: Batavia City School District

January 18th, 2018

Executive Summary Christopher Dailey, superintendent of schools for the Batavia City School District in Batavia, N.Y., looked to streamline his district’s superintendent evaluation process. The former procedure changed from year-to-year and required the superintendent to provide a great deal of information to the board. Dailey found SuperEval at a conference and brought it back to […]

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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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Top Ten Talent Acquisition Best Practices for School Districts

September 29th, 2017

To Compete for The Best and Brightest Teachers, School Districts Must Take a Critical Look at Their Talent Acquisition Efforts In general, many school districts are behind the eight-ball compared to other business sectors in the United States when it comes to effectively recruiting and retaining the best and brightest talent. In 2016, the Center […]

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Reflective Practice Theory as a Theoretical Framework for SuperEval

April 19th, 2017

A foundational core of the SuperEval approach to superintendent evaluation is the inclusion of Reflective Practices Theory. By requiring reflective practice, the superintendent evaluation process becomes more inclusive of a professional development and growth opportunity for these educational leaders. The process of providing regular and structured reflection on one’s practice as a superintendent, in of […]

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