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We all know that self-awareness is the first step in creating a profound change or improvement in oneself. While reflecting on our own actions and behaviours is necessary to build self-awareness, discovering what others think about us can also be extremely useful. The corporate world is aware of this, which is why 360-degree feedback is a popular assessment mechanism used by many companies.
Just criticizing ill-performing teachers isn't a solution; we must go beyond that. A well-crafted incentive structure which rewards expected behaviour and discourages unacceptable conduct must be put in place. Introducing variable pay into the salary package of the staff is something to start with--linking the same with student outcomes would be a game-changer.