The 2014 school board elections produced a mixed bag – fewer incumbents ran, more new board members will be seated than in comparable years – and some of them are actually former members coming back for more. And as usual, some outcomes were unusual.
Everyone in education has a new evaluation system – teachers, principals, superintendents. But what about school boards? While there is no formal process mirroring educators’, school boards can take matters into their own hands to improve their performance.