Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Everett A. Irish
Willis E. Rambo
One of the most serious problems confronting the beginning high school principal is that of teacher evaluation. Currently, teacher evaluation comes reasonably close to being the most discussed subject among educational practitioners. The literature on the topic is multiplying rapidly as people attempt to analyze, delineate, and appraise its various facets. The purpose of this paper is to set forth some guidelines which may prove useful to the beginning high school principal in one of the most important aspects of teacher and staff morale--teacher evaluation.
Kremer, Donald E., "Teacher Evaluation and the High School Principal" (1964). Graduate Student Research Papers. 139.