By John Mooney

Superintendent taken to task for using two years of teacher evaluations when only one is allowed

It’s not quite a trend yet, but two more state-appointed arbitrators have sided with Newark teachers brought up on tenure charges by district superintendent Cami Anderson, claiming in both cases that her administration did not follow the proper process.

Newark schools Superintendent Cami Anderson
Newark schools Superintendent Cami Anderson

Following the first such decision against the district last month, the arbitrator in the case of teacher Neil Thomas found that Anderson again improperly cited two years of unsatisfactory evaluations in the tenure charges, when the TEACHNJ law allowing such determinations only went into full effect last year.


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