By John Mooney for NJ Spotlight
For all the debate over how New Jersey’s public school teachers would fare in the first round of assessments using the state’s new evaluation system, fully 97 percent were rated “effective” or better.
The state Department of Education released the results as part of its first report on the implementation of the TEACHNJ tenure reform law, which sets a statewide procedure for evaluating teacher performance.
Yesterday, state officials stressed the system was not about specific ratings but intended to create a process for educators to get feedback for professional improvement.
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