Some Colo. educators worried about new teacher-evaluation process

03/26/2012 | Denver Post, The

Some Colorado educators are concerned about plans to implement a new teacher-evaluation system on time in 2013. The system currently is being piloted in 27 districts, with some educators finding numerous challenges to implementing the process amid resources already strained by ongoing budget cuts. "I think it's fair to say most people feel overwhelmed," said Sandra Smyser, superintendent of the Eagle County Schools.

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