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Should superintendents evaluate school boards? Corning-Painted Post likes 360-degree feedback

On Board Online • August 13, 2018

By George Basler
Special Correspondent

Every summer, school boards throughout New York State evaluate the performance of their superintendents. In the Corning-Painted Post Area School District, it's a two-way street. Michael Ginalski, superintendent for 12 years, gets a chance to comment on how the board is doing its job at the same time as the board rates his effectiveness.

"There's a trust present," said board member Mary Franklin. "We trust Mike to give us honest feedback."

The process of a subordinate evaluating his or her boss is often called 360-degree feedback.

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