The state’s new teacher evaluation system has proponents and skeptics alike, but do core relationships still exist to create the most effective learning environment? Join administrators, teachers and policy analysts to discuss the view from the front of the classroom in Connecticut. Please join the CT Mirror and its partners, the Wyomissing Foundation and the Fairfield County Community Foundation, in this lively discussion on Thursday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. at The Quick Center on the campus of Fairfield University.
This event is also part of the Fairfield County Community Foundation competitive grant challenge.
- Lisa Bress, Windsor Public Schools, Teacher Evaluation and Professional Development Committee
- Bryan Ripley Crandall, Ph.D., Director, Connecticut Writing Project at Fairfield University
- Anne Langley, Bridgeport Public Schools, Teacher Evaluation and Professional Development Committee
- Suzanne Wilson, Ph.D., Professor, Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut
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