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Should NJ teachers be judged by student scores?

If a state Department of Education proposal is adopted as expected, 10 percent of the performance evaluation for teachers in the fourth through eighth grades would be based on standardized test scores in the 2014-15 school year.

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NJ Senate delays vote on test consequences

The New Jersey state Senate is giving Gov. Chris Christie more time to work out a compromise on how to slow down use of a new standardized test to judge teachers' performance.

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Should Parent Assistance Be Included in Teacher Evaluations? [POLL]

As NJ teachers will be starting a new evaluation process, there have been many discussions on just how the process should work but not many have included one important factor: The parents.

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No Deal on NYC Teacher Evaluation Plan, Says Mayor

Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the union representing 75,000 teachers in New York City has walked away from negotiations over an evaluation plan.

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NJ Education Chief Defends Teacher Evaluation System [AUDIO]

When he unveiled his education reform plans, Governor Chris Christie said it's time to advance his education agenda so a child's zip code doesn't dictate their academic destiny.

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Rutgers to Examine New Teacher Evaluation System

The New Jersey Department of Education has contracted with Rutgers University to evaluate a new teacher evaluation system being tried out in 10 school districts across the state.

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Study Finds NJ Teachers Open to New Evaluation

A report commissioned by two education reform groups finds that New Jersey teachers believe the way they're being evaluated is too subjective, and that they are open to change.

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