The details are now being worked out on teacher evaluations. A debate is going on in Albany, but how much of the evaluations should be made public? Some believe every part of the review should be made available to the public. Some believe just a final evaluation, but no details. Others argue for something in the middle. How much do you believe should be made public? Would you want to see the evaluations of your child’s teacher? Do you think making evaluations public might disrupt the evaluation process so that they have very little impact?
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