Is Your Teacher "Highly Ineffective?" Job Evaluations Face Publicity in Albany
In a legislative roll that includes the cyber-bulling bill mentioned today by the Voice, Albany lawmakers are trying to hammer out as many laws as possible before its Thursday session deadline. And this one has a whole lot of merit.
As of now, it is believed that the Governor will come out of the talks with a bill that keeps evaluations in the hands of the parents and principals only. However, is this the best deal for our students and the teachers that watch over them for eight hours of the day?
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