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Personnel Priorities in Schools Today

Hiring, Supervising, and Evaluating Teachers

Thomas A. Kersten and Margaret Clauson

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Although administrators have many responsibilities, none is more critical to the school, student, and their personal success than the hiring, supervising, and evaluating teachers. The research evidence is clear. Excellent teachers make the difference in how well students achieve and how much schools improve.
Personnel Priorities in Schools Today: Hiring, Supervising, and Evaluating Teachers, explores how to hire the best teachers available. Key features of this book include:


  • Practical strategies to improve how you hire, supervise, and evaluate teachers
  • Concrete examples that illustrate what successful administrators do to enhance their success
  • Valuable insights into personnel issues building-level administrators regularly face
  • Valuable advice from an experienced superintendent and assistant superintendent
  • Strategies for supporting teachers to perform at their best
  • Tips for using the evaluation process to raise performance expectations
  • Advice on how to harness the power of a strong administrative team


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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers / AASA Post Copub
Pages: 110Size: 6 x 9
978-1-4758-0441-6 • Hardback • December 2014 • $42.00 • (£27.95)
978-1-4758-0442-3 • Paperback • December 2014 • $22.00 • (£14.95)
978-1-4758-0443-0 • eBook • December 2014 • $21.99 • (£14.95)
Thomas A. Kersten is associate professor emeritus in Educational Leadership at Roosevelt University in Chicago and Schaumburg, Illinois. He has twenty-eight years of public school administrative experience in Illinois including eleven as superintendent. He is also the author of Stepping into Administration: How to Succeed in Making the move and Moving into the Superintendency: How to Succeed in Making the Transition.

Margaret E. Clauson is assistant superintendent in Wilmette, Illinois. She has served as an Illinois educator for over twenty years as a teacher, assistant principal, middle school principal, Administrator for Human Resources, and Assistant Superintendent. She has written and presented on a variety of leadership topics.


Preface

Forward

Acknowledgments

1 Understanding the Historical Basis of Teacher Supervision and Evaluation

2 Recruiting and Selecting Outstanding Teachers

3 Fostering Novice Teacher Success

4 Developing a Mentoring Program

5 Raising the Supervision Bar

6 Evaluating for Excellence

7 Functioning as a Collaborative Administrative Team Member

Closing Thoughts

References

About the Authors


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