Bill would change teacher evaluations in CT

The state's largest teachers union says it is standing behind legislation that would not link teacher evaluations to how well their students do on standardized tests.  The Connecticut Education Association

News 12 Staff

Mar 7, 2016, 5:30 PM

Updated 3,054 days ago

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The state's largest teachers union says it is standing behind legislation that would not link teacher evaluations to how well their students do on standardized tests. 
The Connecticut Education Association is expected to present a report today on why they think using Smarter Balanced Assessment results to evaluate teachers is unfair.
The union says the test was not designed for that purpose.
They also say the standard is difficult for teachers working in schools with high poverty rates. 


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