For New York teachers' union, a victory on evaluations
from The New York Times
A judge ruled that the New York State Board of Regents overreached in its interpretation of a new law on teacher evaluations, offering a victory to the state teachers' union. The decision, by Justice Michael C. Lynch of State Supreme Court in Albany, invalidated aspects of a recent Regents vote on teacher evaluations, and may further delay the introduction of the law, which is scheduled to go into effect for all fourth through eighth grade teachers, pending union approval, in the coming school year.
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