The board of Pittsburgh Public Schools tonight set four performance priorities for Superintendent Linda Lane for 2013-14.
The four priorities are accelerate student achievement, eliminate racial disparities, become a district of first choice and develop a strong organizational culture that is student-focused.
The resolution stated the Ms. Lane and the board will develop and agree on "key indicators" to measure each item.
The priorities will be added the her contract, which lasts until June 30, 2016.education - neigh_city - breaking
Education writer Eleanor Chute: firstname.lastname@example.org, 412-263-1955 or Twitter @Eleanor_Chute.