Dec 092010
 
 December 9, 2010  Posted by  Court, Workplace

Chloe Smith writes:

A New York City lawyer argued in court Wednesday over whether individual teachers’ ratings can be released to the public.

The 12,000 New York City schoolteachers through eighth grade elementary and middle school say that   the evaluation formula is highly subjective and flawed, and disclosure would violate teachers’ privacy as they fear that they will be unfairly subjected to ridicule based on student test scores and it could do serious harm.

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