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Dalton Public Schools Hires New Deputy Superintendent
Dalton Public Schools Hires New Deputy Superintendent
In today’s data rich environment where our schools and teachers have access to myriad data points through a number of accountability systems, I believe it is critical to have someone who has the expertise to analysis data and provide support for our staff on how best to use the information to make improvements for our students’ benefit.
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The Dalton Board of Education approved the appointment of Wiley Dailey as deputy superintendent of school improvement and data analysis for Dalton Public Schools at their regular May meeting. Mr. Dailey currently serves as area executive director for Douglas County Schools in Douglasville, Georgia. He will join Dalton Public Schools effective July 1.

Mr. Dailey will be responsible for overseeing and monitoring the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) and analysis of data from assessments. He will work collaboratively with principals on continuous improvement in the schools and district. He will also assist with the Teacher Keys Evaluation System (TKES) and the Leadership Keys Evaluation System (LKES) process for the district.

Dailey has over 20 years experience in education, all in Douglas County Schools. He has served as a Title I school improvement specialist, assistant principal, principal, and assistant director and director for assessment, accountability and evaluation before becoming area executive director. He holds a specialist's degree in education from West Georgia University and a master's and bachelor's degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

"Mr. Dailey brings a wealth of knowledge about data analysis, school improvement and evaluation to Dalton Public Schools," said Dr. Tim Scott, superintendent of Dalton Public Schools. "In today's data rich environment where our schools and teachers have access to myriad data points through a number of accountability systems, I believe it is critical to have someone who has the expertise to analyze data and provide support for our staff on how best to use the information to make improvements for our students' benefit. Mr. Dailey's appointment is another step toward improving the academic performance of all students in our district."