Tenn. could block release of teacher-evaluation data

Lawmakers in Tennessee on Thursday passed legislation that would keep teachers' evaluation data private. The bill, which now goes to Gov. Bill Haslam for a signature, follows the state Department of Education's finding that if media outlets requested teachers' evaluation data, they would have to provide it. The state implemented a new system for evaluating teachers this year, which takes students' test scores into consideration.

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