About 200 Lowcountry public school teachers packed a high school auditorium tonight to learn more about what they need to do to make the grade.
S.C. Superintendent of Education Mick Zais called the meeting at R.B. Stall High School as part of the state’s seeking a new system for evaluating public education under the federal No Child Left Behind law.
Zais did relatively little speaking and mostly turned the floor over to his deputies to explain the bureaucratic details.
Part of the new plan involves a new method of evaluating public school teachers, and a similar meeting in Greenville three weeks ago drew a crowd of 500 people and a bevy of shouts and jeers on that topic.
Read more in tomorrow’s Post and Courier.
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