Madison School Board Gives Superintendent Bad Grade | Education
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The Madison Metropolitan School District Board of Education barely gave the head of the district a passing grade.
An open records request shows school board members gave district Superintendent Dan Neard a barely proficient grade on a recent review.
The board rated Nerad in nine different categories. The ratings are similar to how students are scored on state standardized tests: minimal, basic, proficient and distinguished.
Nerad's contract with the district could expire in June 2013.