ATPE announces new Educator Evaluation Reform Resources available on Teach the Vote
Date Posted: 5/29/2014 | Author: Jennifer Mitchell, CAE
The state of Texas is currently considering major changes to how it evaluates teachers and principals. ATPE has created a special section of Teach the Vote that is dedicated to keeping you informed about the latest developments related to educator evaluation changes. On our new Educator Evaluation Reform Resources page, you'll find links to materials from the Texas Education Agency, research briefs, news articles, social media posts and much more. We'll continue to update our resources as developments occur, so be sure to bookmark our site and follow @TeachtheVote on Twitter.
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