NJ Senate Panel Considers Teacher Eva...

NJ Senate Panel Considers Teacher Evaluation Changes

There are 2 comments on the WFMZ story from May 19, 2011, titled NJ Senate Panel Considers Teacher Evaluation Changes. In it, WFMZ reports that:

A handful of public school districts in New Jersey will be the first to implement new, required teacher evaluations beginning as soon as September.

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meek

Bethlehem, PA

#1 May 19, 2011
Well it's about time someone finally makes the teachers accountable for passing students through the grades and by the time they graduate are unable to spell or do simple mathematical problems and speak correctly. Next step would be to do away with their guaranteed pensions - if only PA had the backbone to stand up to the school boards and teacher unions.
merry

Bronx, NY

#2 May 19, 2011
It's high time teachers are graded. I would say there are plenty who are not happy with this because they may not do very well. They know who they are and we will too. They will be protesting these evals

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