This article presents the results of the Arizona Statewide Superintendents’ Survey regarding the evaluation of school principals. Arizona Revised Statute 15-353 delineates the responsibilities of principals, which include providing leadership for the school, implementing the goals and the strategic plan of the school, serving as the administrator of the school, and distributing a parental satisfaction survey to the parent of every child enrolled at the school. There are state performance standards, the Arizona Standards for School Administrators (ADE, 2010). Arizona law clearly defines the principal’s responsibilities and each governing board is required to establish systems for the evaluation of the performance of principals, but no uniform system is mandated and the evaluation of the performance of principals is ill defined.
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Chopin, Scarlet and Wiggall, Richard
"Evaluation of School Principals: Arizona Superintendents’ Perspective,"
Academic Leadership: The Online Journal: Vol. 9:
1, Article 24.
Available at: https://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol9/iss1/24