Hartford Courant (Editorial): Secret Superintendent Evaluations Unacceptable

January 3, 2017 • Foster Leadership, In The News

Jeffrey A. Villar, executive director of the Connecticut Council for Education Reform, called for a balance between privacy and the public’s interest, saying, “There’s a certain level of privacy you give up when you sign on as a superintendent,” he said.

He’s right.

Legislators must align the evaluation process with the spirit of open government.

Read the full piece here.