Teacher, principal effectiveness teams meet


Two panels of district leaders and educators have begun working with Kentucky Department of Education staff to develop the state’s new teacher and principal evaluation systems.

The 28-member Teacher Effectiveness Steering Committee includes:

  • Ann Porter, Mason County Board of Education member
  • Kenneth Galloway, superintendent, Graves County school district
  • Tim Hanner, superintendent, Kenton County school district
  • Dot Perkins, superintendent, Gallatin County school district

Kentucky School Boards Association (KSBA) Executive Director Bill Scott also serves on this panel.

  • The 28-member Principal Effectiveness Steering Committee includes:
  • Linda Duncan, Jefferson County Board of Education member
  • Susan Compton, superintendent, Russell Independent school district
  • Andy Dotson, superintendent, Harrison County school district
  • Tim Murley, superintendent, Warren County school district

KSBA Associate Executive Director David Baird and Wilson Sears, executive director of the Kentucky Association of School Superintendents, also serve on this committee.