Milan Community Schools and Randolph Central Schools in Winchester are beginning a pilot program that pays teachers based on performance evaluations.
Whether or not the sweeping reforms were good or bad depends on the point of view.
The recent comment made on a Franklin Central High School student‘s Facebook page illustrates the pressure it places on administrators.
Assistant Superintendent Dale Chu says the purpose of all the public meetings around the state is not necessarily to be a forum for debate.
Only four teachers will be laid off this year as opposed to more than 130 in 2010.
Speaker Brian Bosma, the bill’s author, said charter schools are not a cure-all, but do offer choice and possible change.
Vi Simpson spent time this week meeting with union representatives and educators to discuss controversial right-to-work and education reform legislation.
MCCSC Director of Elementary Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Cameron Rains, explains the role preventionists and interventionists in the schools.
The committee expects the school board to tweak the current recommendations based on community input.
Tony Bennett is holding forums with parent teacher associations around the state to talk about a new educational growth model.