On another post Anonymous wrote:
Rand studies Principals at $6.7 million over five years . . . .
“The study notes, "The quality of leadership provided by a school's principal is widely regarded as an important contributor to the quality of teaching and learning in the school."”
“Based on principal performance in 2010-11, the district awarded a total of $342,250 to 67 principals; the highest award was $13,270."
Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/local/neighborhoods-city/study-finds-pittsburgh-principals-in-classrooms-more-often-643751/#ixzz202WIYa3i
Fascinating in view of the word that PSSA scores have plummeted for 2012.(Schools got their individual student scores this past week.)