Teacher & Leader Evaluations: Resource Guide
Use #bscteachereval to see the panel's live Twitter feed and to lend your voice to the conversation.
On Saturday, May 12, from 8:30 a.m. to noon, Bank Street College Graduate School of Education hosted a forum titled “Misconceptions and Realities About New York State Teacher and Leader Evaluation: Where Do We Go From Here?”
The event was designed to help parents, educators, and leaders to better understand New York State’s teacher and leader evaluation law, and to constructively advocate for reasonable solutions that truly put students’ learning first.
Attendees and all those concerned about current New York assessment and accountability policy are invited to explore this page to get the facts and to join the discussion. Learn more about the event.
Dr. Terry Orr, Director, Future School Leaders Academy, Bank Street College of Education
Leonie Haimson, Parent Activist and Executive Director, Class Size Matters
Elizabeth Phillips, Principal, P.S. 321, Brooklyn
Maggie Moroff, Attorney, Advocates for Children
Dr. Bruce Baker, Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Education, Rutgers
Cora Sangree, 5th Grade Teacher, Brooklyn New School, P.S. 146
Dr. Michael McGill, Superintendent, Scarsdale Public Schools