School Board Says it “Meets Expectations” in Self Survey
The Montgomery County Board of Education is “meeting expectations” in seven categories including “responsible management of resources” and “community engagement and communication”, according to a self-evaluation published by the board Wednesday.
When the Board of Education hired Superintendent Dr. Joshua Starr in 2011, the Board committed to a system of shared governance with the superintendent. As part of his contract, an annual evaluation of the superintendent and a self-evaluation of the Board is required, according to the MCPS website. The Board has since done three self-evaluations to coincide with the superintendent’s evaluation cycles.
You can read the evaluation here.