It’s been an interesting summer break for me. Full-fledged “summer” with the soaring temps outside. Not so much of a “break,” though. And that’s ok. Keeping busy keeps me sharp and out of trouble.
Or so I thought.
Let’s back this train up quick, fast, and in a hurry.
About three weeks ago, the Delaware State Education Association sent a request to all local presidents asking for their assistance in writing letters to the unelected and unaccountable State Board of Education to protest three planned regulation changes regarding teacher evaluations. These regulation changes included:
- Reclassifying the “pre-observation form” as the “observation form” and allowing it to be used in conjunction with unannounced observations
- Allow for the use of “short observations” (a.k.a. Walkthroughs) as part of a performance evaluation
- Changing the summative rating of “Needs Improvement” from “Satisfactory” to “Unsatisfactory”.
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