EDISON - Starting today, all public school districts in New Jersey will be required to post results of teachers evaluations on their websites.

The districts must post the evaluations if there are more than 10 teachers and also post principal evaluations if there are more than 10 principals.

The posted reports will only identify the number of teachers that passed and failed the evaluations. The teachers' names will not be released.

Districts will risk losing federal funding if they do not post the reviews.