Christie proposes overhaul of N.J. teacher tenure, evaluations

04/13/2011 | Record (Hackensack, N.J.), The

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has released a series of education reform bills that seek to weaken teacher tenure and evaluate educators based on student achievement and classroom observations. Under the legislation, teachers would be evaluated twice each year and could lose tenure after several low ratings. Teachers' pay also would be based on student achievement under Christie's proposals.

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