Teacher advocacy group urges heavier reliance on evaluations

Written By kom nampuldu on Senin, 09 Maret 2015 | 18.18

A 16,000-member national teachers group urged Gov. Cuomo on Sunday to change his plan to base half of state teacher-evaluation scores on students' standardized test results.

About 35 members of Educators 4 Excellence, a Manhattan-based teacher advocacy group, gathered on the steps of City Hall Sunday to propose going back to evaluations more heavily weighted to principal and peer reviews.

"For a long time, the world of policy and politics has been divorced from the realities of classroom practice," said Sydney Morris, the group's CEO. "We are trying to bridge that gap."

Cuomo is proposing that 50 percent of a teacher's evaluation be based on standardized test results and wants the weight that a principal's review carries to be reduced from 60 percent to 15 percent.

Educators 4 Excellence wants principals' feedback to make up 45 percent of a teacher's overall grade, with peer evaluations counting for 20 percent and tests making up 35 percent.


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