NY State leaders discuss plan to keep teacher evaluations secret

“State leaders are quietly discussing a plan that would restrict the public release of future teacher evaluations, the Daily News has learned.

“The teacher unions are pressuring lawmakers, who approved controversial changes last week to state and city pension systems, to deliver on the issue of evaluation privacy, sources said.”

Great: If the teachers’ union wins, we’ll never see the numbers. If they lose, we’ll get to see numbers that are pretty much discredited. Somebody — but I’m not sure who — can bite me.

via State leaders discuss plan to keep teacher evaluations private – NY Daily News.

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