In the last two years, performance management or performance appraisals have been broadly introduced with the aim of improving overall levels of school performance and, at the same time, making a judgement of leadership and management (Ofsted, 2015).
In today’s educational moment where students’ achievement is measured by the impact of the quality of their teachers, performance management has been used as the latest way to improve teaching and learning by filling the gap between teacher performance and organizational expectations. However, implementing such a process is not a straightforward task. It is not an exact science but a complex mechanism that requires the leading of managerial decisions that have a high impact on staff, students and the culture of the school.
@resilient_kids London, UK – Deputy Principal
This article originally appeared in the January 2016 free Edition of UKEdMagazine