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Today the San Diego Unified school board will consider a year-long $250,000 contract with an outside firm to develop new ways to evaluate principals. Under the leadership of Superintendent Terry Grier, the district has already started using a new method to interview principals, also from an outside company. It is one of several contracts up for approval by the San Diego Unified board that could fall under a ban on spending and contracting proposed by board member Shelia Jackson.