DCPS principals will be formally evaluated for the first time this year.
Principals are often the most senior people walking the hallways of our public schools. But hanging on to a good principal, and getting rid of what might be a not-so-good one, is a difficult process, one that, in D.C. at least, has been overshadowed by the intense focus on evaluating teachers. But as Kavitha Cardoza tells us, that's changing, now that DCPS has created a new evaluation tool for principals.
[Music: "Principal's Office by Young MC from Stone Cold Rhymin']IMPACT: School Leaders: Principals