State Superintendent of Education John White got a favorable review in his annual job evaluation, officials said Tuesday.
The review was done by the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Board President Chas Roemer made the announcement after an hourlong, closed-door meeting with White and the panel.
The scores mean that, for the second year in a row, White got the second highest of four ratings — effective/proficient.
That is defined as meeting between 75 percent and 99 percent of the annual goals.
The ratings range from 1 to 4 with 1 being the lowest — ineffective — and 4 being the highest — highly effective.
BESE officials said it is up to the superintendent to disclose any results.