Before OK'ing New Report Card for Superintendent, Trustees Alter Criteria
|DISD superintendent Michael Hinojosa|
But in looking at the latest breakdown before the board, which will vote on the new criteria this afternoon after giving Michael Hinojosa his review behind closed doors, those percentages have changed; it's now 55 percent, 25 percent and 20 percent, respectively. Which isn't a terribly big change, but a change nonetheless. And while I figured the numbers were altered by the board during its meeting last week, I figured I'd ask DISD spokesman Jon Dahlander.
"Some of board members felt we need to give more weight to financial management, because that was obviously an issue we had last year, so they wanted to see that change," he says. "Same deal with stakeholder satisfaction -- they felt it was important as well. They felt like too much emphasis was given to the academic stuff and wanted to balance it out."
Incidentally, Dahlander adds that, yes, the super's getting his review today, but he's not sure if we'll get a peek at the results: "It's a personnel matter, so I don't know. I do know that he is not asking for a [contract] extension today, and I am not expecting the board to approve an extension." Hinojosa's under contract till 2012."