In the waning days of the legislative session, the New Jersey Education Association is flexing its political muscle in pushing a bill that would revamp how and when teachers are evaluated.
The bill, dropped in the lame-duck session, won approval of the Assembly Education Committee and appeared poised to be voted on by the full Assembly on Thursday. But the measure may have to wait. It is not yet posted for a final vote and an influential Senate leader said it will require far more deliberation on the Senate side.
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Gross, Hannah, and Mooney John. “NJEA push to change how and when teachers are evaluated gets pushback.” NJ Spotlight News, 21 Dec. 2023, https://www.njspotlightnews.org/2023/12/njea-lame-duck-legislative-push-bills-teacher-evaluations-virtual-instruction/