La. bill would postpone reform of teacher evaluations

05/7/2013 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

The Louisiana House of Representatives voted 102-0 on Monday to approve a bill that would delay by one year the implementation of a new teacher-evaluation model. Such a delay, supporters say, would give officials more time to evaluate the Compass evaluation system, which bases half of a teacher's evaluation on students' standardized test scores and half on classroom observations. The state Senate will now consider the measure.

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