From the daily archives: Thursday, January 16, 2014

Ohio Senate Bill 229, a bill designed to modify the new teacher evaluation system in Ohio, has disappeared in the Ohio House.  Despite passing 33-0 in the Senate, House Education Committee Chairman Gerald Stebelton is ignoring the bill and has yet to allow it to be introduced for hearings on his committee.

Senate Bill 229 would provide some much needed relief to Ohio’s principals who are being run ragged trying to keep up with the onerous processes required by the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) and better allow them to be the instructional leaders in Ohio’s […]

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