Principals' Test Not Predictive of Success on the Job

EDUCATION WEEK | on Tue, Apr 4, 8:30 AM

Exam results show racial disparities New research has found essentially no positive correlation between how would-be principals perform on a widely used licensure exam and their success as school leaders. The study, which looked at principals’ performance[1] on the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA) and on-the-job evaluations, student achievement, and teacher surveys, over a 10-year period in Tennessee, also found that non-white candidates were about three times less likely than white...

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