NYC, union draw up separate plans for teacher evaluations

05/8/2013 | Daily News (New York)

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the city's teachers' union will have until June 1 to reach an agreement on a new method for evaluating teachers before Gov. Andrew Cuomo steps in and imposes a system on the district. The two sides have said they will submit separate plans to state officials today. The city already has forfeited $260 million in state funds for education after failing to reach an agreement.

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