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On Board Online • October 14, 2019
By Cathy Woodruff
The State Education Department is creating a process that will enable school districts to seek variances from some regulatory restraints of New York's teacher and principal evaluation system.
In a nutshell, districts will be able to ask for permission to use approaches that are not strictly in line with regulatory language.Read the entire article>>
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