That’s what new State Superintendent Brian Whiston told the State Board of Education yesterday. While the Senate approved SB 103 in May to establish a statewide teacher evaluation system, the House Education Committee took no action before the Legislature adjourned for the summer.
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Out of the 40 schools labeled as “priority schools” in 2011, 16 have been removed this month from the State School Reform Office’s (SRO) priority list. The schools met annual goals in math and reading, are no longer ranked in the bottom 5 percent of all schools across the state, and had at least 95 percent of their students take state exams.