Thursday, April 5, 2012

Teacher Evaluation Forum on April 17

Teacher Evaluation Nightmare !
          a forum on testing, teacher evaluations and our schools
Tuesday, April 17 at 5:30 PM
411 Pearl Street, Manhattan
(Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall Station 4,5,6 -Fulton Street Station 2,3 - Chambers Street Station J)

Come to a Meeting to Discuss:
Why are the new teacher evaluations bad for teachers, students, and families?
How can we organize to change them?
Carol Burris:
L.I. Principal, one of the co-authors of the principals’ letter against evaluating teachers by       student test scores, which has been signed by nearly 1,400 New York principals.

Leonie Haimson:
parent activist and  Exec. Director of Class Size Matters
Gary Rubinstein:
Math teacher at Stuyvesant High School and critical analyst of the Teacher Data Reports

Arthur Goldstein:
E.S.L. teacher and  chapter leader at Francis Lewis High School in Queens

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Come hear speakers  explain how the new evaluations will work and the implications for students, teachers, families, and education.  Join the discussion of how we can organize to change the final outcome.
Co-sponsored by: Grassroots Education Movement, Class Size Matters, and Parents Across America 

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