Teacher-Tenure Law Eats Up Admin Time

A new study from Montclair State University says New Jersey school administrators will spend at least 35 percent more time observing teachers under the new teacher-tenure law, but does little to alleviate other administrative responsibilities.

Fine Print: Teacher-Tenure Law Will Take More of Supervisors' Time, Study Finds (via NJSpotlight)

Title: “The Opportunity Costs of Teacher Evaluation – A Labor and Equity Analysis of TEACHNJ Legislation” Researchers: Douglas Larkin, assistant professor in Montclair State University’s Department of Secondary and Special Education, and Joseph…

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