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Idaho Association of School Administrators
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But the response has been favorable, ...
But the response has been favorable, IASA Executive Director Rob Winslow said.
Rob Winslow, Idaho Association of School Administrators
History suggests one thing.
When trustees and a superintendent are at odds, for an extended period of time, it's usually the superintendent who leaves.
Trustees will buy out a superintendent's contract - as was the case in Blaine County in 2013 and Caldwell this year.
Trustees can make a job so miserable that a superintendent leaves, Winslow
"Those five people, they're who you work for," he
"You just need a really strong ...
"You just need a really strong skill set," said Rob Winslow, executive director of the Idaho Association of School Administrators.
That timetable surprised Winslow
, and suggests the board may already have a candidate in mind.
Rob Winslow also wants to keep ...
Rob Winslow also wants to keep the system in place.
He's the executive director of the Idaho Association of School Administrators - so the task of evaluations falls to his membership.
sees merit in the current system.
Even if the evaluations affect raises for only 2 percent of teachers, those scoring below proficient, it's still a refinement over the old, experienced-based system that allowed all teachers to move up the salary schedule.
also has no problem seeing 98 percent of teachers getting at least a proficient grade.
Presented with Idaho Education News' findings - and the same numbers presented to Echeverria, Winslow and Cyr - Otter spokesman Jon Hanian had a different takeaway.
Both Karen Echeverria of the Idaho ...
Both Karen Echeverria of the Idaho School Boards Association and Rob Winslow of the Idaho Association of School Administrators indicated their groups would like to study the measure more.
In the end, Rep.
Ybarra did not respond to that ...
Ybarra did not respond to that invitation at all, Massingale said, and IASA executive director Rob Winslow made a personal appeal to Ybarra about three weeks before the Aug. 4 event.