Law changed principal assessments
Publication:
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 11 Oct 2012, p. 35


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Joel Lerner, Photographer
Kathy Routliffe
, Author
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Newspaper
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Illinois is changing the way it judges principals, mandating that every evaluation be tied to how well students are progressing. In Wilmette School District 39, Superintendent Ray Lechner and the principals have worked to modify the existing principal assessment process to brin g it in line with new state guidelines. Photograph Principal David Palzet at Highcrest Middle School in Wilmette.
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Full article available at Wilmette Public Library.
Date of Publication:
11 Oct 2012
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Wilmette School District 39
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English
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Law changed principal assessments


Illinois is changing the way it judges principals, mandating that every evaluation be tied to how well students are progressing. In Wilmette School District 39, Superintendent Ray Lechner and the principals have worked to modify the existing principal assessment process to brin g it in line with new state guidelines. Photograph Principal David Palzet at Highcrest Middle School in Wilmette.