Tenn. Gov. K-12 Plan Headed to Full Senate
Gov. Phil Bredesen's proposal to base up to half of teacher evaluations and tenure decisions on student achievement data is headed for a full Senate vote and is advancing in the House.
The Senate Finance Committee unanimously passed the measure Thursday. The Democratic governor has said it is key to Tennessee's chances of landing up to $485 million in federal "Race to the Top" money.
Tennessee currently uses no testing...
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