Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Knox County superintendent's perfect score?

It is that time of year again when school boards begin to evaluate their districts' superintendents.

Knox County Public Schools has already been at work and turned in an evaluation that boasts a perfect score (72 out of 72 possible points) for superintendent Walter Hulett. That's a pretty good score. You can only score higher if your teacher offers extra credit.

Earlier in the year we profiled Hulett's performance evaluation in "Rewarding Failure". In our assessment, the evaluation was a bunch of fluff that praised the CEO of the district despite the horrid performance of the schools in Knox County.

Stay posted for more information. In the coming days we will obtain this recent performance evaluation and uncover recent performance data for Knox County.

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