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State's teacher evaluation proposal prompts frustration among Regents

Tuesday, May. 19, 2015

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State education officials unveiled recommendations for a new teacher evaluation system that was discussed by the state’s Board of Regents on Monday, providing some clarity but easing few concerns about the bitterly contested policy.

While the Board of Regents plans to meet the deadlines of the state’s new teacher evaluation law, the board wants to develop its own version of an evaluation system because many board members don’t approve of the current law.

Keeping Control

The state Assembly approved Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal for a three-year extension of mayoral control of New York City schools in a 98-39 vote Monday, but state Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan said reforms to the law are still needed.

Scaling back from his initial request to make mayoral control of city schools permanent, Mayor Bill de Blasio supports the Assembly’s proposal to extend the mayoral control law as is for just three years, according to a spokesman.

Testing teachers

The Board of Regents voted to delay implementation of new teacher certification requirements Monday, allowing prospective teachers who fail the new exams that were rolled out last spring to pass the older version of the test until June 2016.


As families expect to receive offers from the city’s Gifted and Talented programs next week, here’s what parents should know before making a decision.


Parents and educators of city students voice their concerns at an education forum over class sizes, providing resources to children with special needs, charter schools, and other issues.

reforming school discipline

The principal of Bronx Lab School writes that using restorative justice practices has proven to be a successful approach to student discipline, but schools need the resources to train educators and employ a full-time restorative coordinator to make significant changes.


The Post editorial board argues that contributions to the Fund for Public Schools has dropped by nearly 40 percent because Mayor Bill de Blasio “has no serious plan to improve the schools.”

On Chalkbeat NY

The State Education Department’s teacher evaluation proposal appeased those who had called on the state to preserve a principal’s primary role in teacher observations and to create a system for districts to get around an unpopular deadline for implementing the new rating system. But it went against feedback the state received in other areas, proposing that standardized tests and other state-created measures factor even more heavily into a teacher’s rating. READ MORE

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