The Richmond County Board of Education adopted revised guidelines Tuesday for evaluating Superintendent Frank Roberson this year.
The framework received minor changes from what was used in 2010.
Board members now also will use student achievement results measured by mutually agreeable increases in standardized tests, graduation rates and other academic indicators as evidence needed to measure achievement. That item was added to the data reports, progress monitoring, class reports of targeted students, agenda and improvement plans, and agendas and minutes already used.
Along with communicating contractual, personnel, student and legal concerns with board members and the board counsel, Roberson will be responsible for relaying the budgetary issues to members.
The evaluation on completion is not considered a public document under Georgia Open Records Laws and will remain confidential.
– From staff reports