2:090 Board Self-Evaluation

Self-evaluation is an effective practice of the Board of Education. The Board of Education should conduct an annual self-evaluation between June-August of each year. The Board of Education accepts the responsibility for assessing its own operations.

The Board President or designee should annually conduct a self-evaluation that may include the “Principles of Effective Governance,” Board Member Conflict of Interest and/or Ethics. The Board of Education may hold a closed session meeting with representatives of a State association authorized under Article 23 of The School Code of Illinois for the purpose of discussing a Board’s self-evaluation practices and procedures, or professional ethics.

Upon completion of the self-evaluation, the Board of Education may develop an action plan for Board development.

Cross Reference: 

2:020 Powers and Duties of the Board of Education

Legal Reference(s): 

5 ILCS 120/2.

105 ILCS 5/23-6.

P.A. 83-1046

Date Adopted:  12/13/2011