Fulton County Schools superintendent Robert Avossa released the results of an anonymous employee survey at the August 14 school board work session. The survey was conducted last spring and asked principals to rate the performance of the school system in 11 departments, from finance to curriculum, on a scale of 1 to 4, from very unsatisfied to very satisfied. They principals ranked the system in five categories: responsiveness, accuracy, courtesy, promptness, and assistance with problem resolution. The department that ranked highest across the board was finance, with an average rating of about 3.4. The department that ranked lowest across the board was curriculum, with an average of about 2.8. Avossa said the results were given to department directors to aid their planning and improvement efforts.
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