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Some educators suggest student surveys should be part of teacher-effectiveness evaluations
Three-year pilot would be funded by corporate contributions that would earn 100 percent tax credits
With teacher’s tenure now tied to the evaluations, state sets deadlines for districts to decide on the process and performance models
Sophisticated new analysis tools can help make the case for test tampering
Court decision on off-campus drinking may bring a feeling for what’s covered in new anti-bullying efforts
Governor downplays what didn't go his way, teacher seniority and closer ties to student test scores
Ambitious and strict, the state's new anti-bullying law is also out of funds.
Despite spending, testing priorities, arts are offered in nearly every school, but with fewer students and staffing.
Former Bergen school administrator says enough is enough with standardized tests.
State agency faces questions from non-partisan Office of Legislative Services
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