New plan to post teacher evaluations online in the works

According to the NJEA, a new plan to hold teachers accountable in New Jersey could violate the state's collective bargaining law.The new plan would require

TRENTON - According to the NJEA, a new plan to hold teachers accountable in New Jersey could violate the state's collective bargaining law.

The new plan would require districts to post its teacher evaluations online. Parents wouldn't be able to search for individual teachers, but they would be able to see the district's score as a whole.

According to the Department of Education, the plan went into effect when former Gov. Jon. Corzine (D-N.J.) accepted stimulus money last year.

The state will work with the districts to create an evaluation process.

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