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Most schools haven’t submitted evaluation plans

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Few Capital Region school districts have submitted their teacher evaluation plans — despite facing a deadline of less than four months before they lose state aid. Nearly two-thirds of 41 districts in The Daily Gazette’s coverage area haven’t submitted their Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) plan regarding how they will rate teachers and principals. Schools must turn in their plans by Jan. 17 at the latest or they risk not getting the planned 3.5 percent ...


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