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What are some of the most common types of rating errors and how might they be avoided? Research and prac tice suggest that rating errors are uni versal, but they can be minimized if administrators are aware of them.
The authors encourage using Critical Success Factors (CSFs) to develop job descriptions. They then link these CSFs to an evaluation system and a Personal Improvement Plan designed by the administrator and his or her supervisor as a way to improve administrative performance.
School administrators who have been unable to effectively structure in- house programs for chronically dis ruptive and disaffected students may wish to take a serious look at this college-based model.
Administrators today may find that the structured interview can effective ly identify qualified candidates from among a lengthy list of applicants for every teaching vacancy.
Effective middle level principals iden tify key teacher leaders and involve them in the decision-making process. Teacher leaders also help the school progress with new and improved pro grams and curriculum.
U.S. public schools can learn some thing about selling themselves from Australian independent schools. The "sales pitch" should include the offer ing of a quality academic program in a caring and disciplined environment.
The celebration of cultural diversity allows students to achieve both aca demic and developmental success. A responsive school must help young sters recognize their worth as human beings. To accomplish this, schools must use a multi-faceted approach to creating a positive school climate.
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