From the daily archives: Sunday, May 13, 2012

Last year, Governor Kasich’s wide-ranging budget bill (HB153) included a major reformation of the way teachers and principals are evaluated, and by the time the bill was signed into law, educators were able to claim some measure of victory by having language included requiring a local board of education to collaborate with the educators on the evaluation process. ¬†As this has begun to be enacted, however, the Ohio Department of Education has engaged their attorneys in a process of re-interpreting the law, and they are now claiming that the creation and adoption of a teacher evaluation policy is not subject […]

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