ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Though Michigan law requires school districts to conduct written evaluations of employees, the Ann Arbor school board prefers its discussion-based approach, according to AnnArbor.com.
According to AnnArbor.com, the school board does not currently fill out or keep any documentation of the superintendent’s evaluation.
SOURCE: AnnArbor.com, “Ann Arbor school trustees wary of new state requirements for superintendent evaluations,” July 29, 2012
FURTHER READING: Michigan Capitol Confidential, “School Board Prez Says State’s 3rd-Highest Paid Superintendent is ‘Worth It,’” Oct. 13, 2010
Michigan Capitol Confidential, “Many Michigan Public Employees Among Country’s Top Wage Earners,” Nov. 7, 2011