By Aaron Short and Carl Campanile
New York Post
“This does not compute.
More than 90 percent of the city’s public school teachers were rated as successful instructors under a new and supposedly more rigorous evaluation system mandated by the state, it was reported Tuesday.
But the sky-high scores released by the state Education Department came as two-thirds of elementary and middle-school students taught by the same instructors flunked standardized math and English exams last year.”