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September 10, 2007

Albany - - Dougherty County School Superintendent Dr. Sally Whatley is preparing for her own report card. 

School Board members were instructed Monday night on how to complete an annual evaluation on the Superintendent.

Board members have until next Friday to rate Dr. Whatley on her performance.  

"When you work very hard and its your livelihood, its your job, you want those who evaluate you to see your work and to determine, make a judgement, according to the data as to whether or not you met the goals that you said you would meet. Obviously the seven members of the board are my bosses so its important," Whatley says.

She defended her job performance tonight, saying that Dougherty County's drop out rate has decreased, the graduation rate has increased, and the district's attendance rate has shown a slight increase.

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