Maryland Evaluation Feud Reaches Uneasy Resolution

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After an inconclusive fight over teacher and principal evaluations, Maryland education officials will try to sort out their differences with district superintendents and union leaders, in light of possible new flexibility from Washington on when those evaluations must begin to impact personnel decisions. But a tough road lies ahead. The details of new evaluations—specifically the weight state assessments will have in personnel decisions in coming years—have been at the heart of the feud, along with the importance of local control. The article is in Education Week.

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