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Lindsay W. Huddleston II | State Director

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How to Make Teacher Evaluations Work

There’s been a piece of legislation making the rounds in Lansing that could have a big impact on students and teachers. It’s called SB 103 and it would create a meaningful evaluation system to ensure students are getting a great education. That’s a good start, but it needs to be done in the right way.

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A Pathway Towards Improving Charter Schools in Michigan

One of the beacons of educational hope in Detroit can be found at Detroit Achievement Academy, a small school on the city’s northwest side. The school is only 2 years old, but it’s already experiencing amazing results in both math and reading. When the first-graders were assessed at the end of last year, school officials discovered they had experienced an average of nearly 11/2 years of growth in math.A year-and-a-half of math growth in just one year? That’s remarkable. Then again, it shouldn’t be remarkable. It should be the norm. And the fact that it’s happening at one school in Detroit should give us hope that it can happen at every school in Detroit.

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