GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich school officials intend to avoid using standardized test scores to evaluate teacher performance in lieu of other options under the state's new Common Core education requirements, according to greenwichtime.com.
The change came after the state implemented a series of "flexibility guidelines" that allow districts more latitude in meeting System for Educator Evaluation and Development requirements under Common Core, greenwichtime.com reported.
The state had received several complaints about the SEED guidelines after the General Assembly passed the measure in 2012, greenwichtime.com said.
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