Today is the day when the Assembly Education Committee will consider a bill for teacher tenure reform.

Assemblyman Pat Diegnan is leading the charge, as he introduced the bill that the committee be reviewing today.

Currently in New Jersey, teachers acquire tenure after three years on the job. Diegnan's legislation would extended it to four years  and must have an effective rating in two of those four years to become eligible.

 

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