Md. governor wants teacher tenure to take longer to achieve

02/14/2010 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Maryland's Gov. Martin O'Malley was expected to unveil a legislative proposal Monday that would add one year to the time it takes a public-school teacher to earn tenure and would link teacher evaluations to student achievement, among other reforms. The governor's plan is designed to help position the state to win funding under the next round of the federal Race to the Top program.

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