Evaluation of Administrators

Fall
2000
Resolution Number: 
13.02
Contact: 
Assigned to : 
Category: 
General Concerns
Status: 
Completed

Whereas the quality of administration affects every student served by a college, and it is essential to have knowledge of administrative performance to improve and sustain effective and quality administration, and

Whereas AB 1725 clearly states that faculty are to be included in the evaluation of the performance of educational administrators, and

Whereas no guidelines or instruments are readily available for developing and collecting this faculty input,


Resolved that the Academic Senate develop recommended guidelines and models for collecting and synthesizing faculty input on administrative performance, and

Resolved that the Academic Senate make such guidelines and models available to local academic senates.

Status Report: 

A breakout was held at the Spring 2001 Plenary Session, followed by publication of a Rostrum article summarizing practices and concerns.Because the evaluation of administrators is, in some districts, a bargaining matter, work was deemed complete.