By Tom Davis, Morristown Patch
“New New Jersey teacher evaluation data was released this past week, and you may be surprised – and you may not even like – how your school district was ranked (see list below).
Judging by the reaction of the state’s largest teachers’ union, educators probably won’t like it either.
The state Department of Education released its second annual teacher evaluation report, finding that 1.6 percent of New Jersey’s public school teachers were rated ‘ineffective’ or ‘partially effective’ in 2014-15. But the number of school districts that reported these numbers was small (see list at the bottom of this story).”