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Schenectady superintendent says teacher reviews sharpening focus

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The new teacher evaluation requirements are time-consuming and making teachers anxious, but they’ve already had a big effect on city schools. “We see an intense focus on instructional quality that wasn’t there before,” Schenectady City School District Superintendent Laurence Spring said during a presentation at Wednesday’s Board of Education meeting on the Annual Professional Performance Review, the new, state-imposed teacher review process. “That really is a powerful change.” It’s not that teachers weren’t working hard ...


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JIMOCONNOR
December 6, 2012
3:43 p.m.

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As vexing as these issues are it is very important that the school system and THE GAZETTE use the time and space to bring them to the public. Articles like this one build credibility...Thank you.

jim o'connor

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