“Leading Via Teacher Evaluation: The Case of the Missing Clothes?” by Joseph Murphy, Philip Hallinger, and Ronald Heck in Educational Researcher

Interesting article!  According to Murphy, Hallinger, and Heck (2013) “there is a robust body of empirical work that informs us that if school improvement is the goal, school leaders would be advised to spend their time and energy in areas other than teacher evaluation.”  The authors referenced research suggesting leaders focus more time on learning outcomes through efforts aligned with a strong vision and mission statement that guides organizational goals, professional development, collaboration, professional learning communities, effective data analysis that drives instruction, and developing a school culture conducive to student performance.  What do you think?

 

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