Andrew Roth - September 05th, 2012
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Andrew Roth - October 25th, 2010
The teachers union in New York doesn’t want the state government to release its ratings of its teachers. From the New York Post:
That’s one of the main arguments in a lawsuit the teachers union filed yesterday seeking to block the Department of Education from going public with its ratings of 12,000 teachers.
The United Federation of Teachers’ filing in Manhattan Supreme Court yesterday, prompted by a Freedom of Information Act request filed by The Post in August, argues the data is inaccurate and misleading — but moreover too complicated for parents to grasp.
The DOE was ready to provide the data Wednesday — including names and percentile rankings of teachers on a scale of 0 to 100 — but agreed to hold off until the court hearings are conducted on Nov. 24.
Andrew Roth - October 01st, 2010
Club board member Ken Blackwell has a new op-ed in today’s Washington Examiner. Excerpt: