The NJ Spotlight Roundtable Series:
Teacher Tenure & Evaluation -- A Progress Report
Saturday, November 17
9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Breakfast will be served/Seating is limited
New Jersey's overhaul of teacher tenure is now law, changing how educators are measured and evaluated -- as well as how they are rewarded and disciplined. More than two dozen districts are already piloting evaluation systems; the rest of the state must decide how it will fulfill the law in the next two months.
The NJ Spotlight Roundtable Series brings together educators and key players to discuss progress so far, including the chief architect of the law, state Sen. Teresa Ruiz, and the director of education evaluation for the Christie administration, Timothy Matheney.
Moderator: John Mooney, Co-Founder and Education Writer, NJ Spotlight
New Jersey Sen. Teresa Ruiz (D-Essex), chief architect of the new teacher evaluation law
Timothy Matheney, Director of Education Evaluation, New Jersey Department of Education
Joan Cali, Teacher and local NJEA president, Secaucus public schools
David Pawlowski, Principal, Alexandria Middle School
Jasonn Denard, English Supervisor, Arts High School, Newark
Teachers, principals, and superintendents from pilot districts
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