Thursday, May 2, 2013

Parent Trigger’s Contradictory “Parent Notification” Provison Returns | Scathing Purple Musings

Parent Trigger’s Contradictory “Parent Notification” Provison Returns | Scathing Purple Musings:


Parent Trigger’s Contradictory “Parent Notification” Provison Returns

Just hours after Parent Trigger’s defeat on the floor of the Florida Senate, Sen. Anitere Flores inserted one of its more troubling provisions  into a charter school bill. Leslie Postal of the Orlando Sentinel explains:
About 2.5 hours after a tie vote in the Senate killed the controversial “parent trigger” bill Tuesday, Senators amended another education bill to include provisions similar to some of those in the failed proposal.
A bill focused on charter schools (HB 7009) was amended Tuesday afternoon. It now requires that children in classes taught by teachers with an “unsatisfactory” or “needs improvement” ratings during the current school year could not be taught by similar teachers in the same subject 

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