State to Seek Flexibility for Roll Out of Teacher Evaluations, Common Core

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Connecticute state officials are seeking flexibility in implementing the U.S. Department of Education's accountability measures to avoid students being double-tested during the roll-out of the national Common Core State Standards. In announcing the move Wednesday, state officials said they will also seek flexibility on implementing new teacher evaluations that link student test scores to teacher ratings. The article is in the Connecticut Mirror.



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