Performance measures discussed at Monday's HC board meeting

HERALD photo/Roger Cline Julie Bailey, Howard College Director of Institutional Advancement, left, administers the oath of office to Howard County Community College Board of Trustees member Maxwell Barr at the board meeting Monday. Barr, an incumbent, ran unopposed in the recent election. Board member Adrian Calvio also ran unopposed, but was absent Monday and will be sworn in at the next board meeting.
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Roger Cline
Staff Writer

Reports on performance measures and outcomes were the order of business for Monday's Howard County College Board of Trustees meeting.
"What we are doing at each board meeting, we are providing the board data relative to objectives that we have set this year that we are trying to address," said Howard College President Dr. Cheryl Sparks. "So we are giving them monthly updates on different metrics relative to things that we're focusing on."
Program reviews was one of the performance measures on the agenda.

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