Education Commissioner Pam Stewart says she is largely meeting goals leading Florida schools.
The State Department of Education posted Stewart’s self-evaluation of her performance Thursday. The State Board of Education is scheduled to discuss Stewart’s evaluation at a meeting next week.
Stewart says she has met the top three goals set out for her by the State Board of Education:
- Improve rates of learning and students achievement.
- Improve graduation and completion rates.
- Complete a positive transition to new K-12 standards and assessments and to improved K-16 accountability systems.