The Senate Education Committee held its first hearing on the pair of educator evaluation bills that passed the House in May. HB 5223-24 were not voted on, but a plethora of groups either spoke in support of the bills or turned in cards expressing their support in writing.
The Senate Education Committee held its first hearing this week on HB 5223-24, a pair of bills that would enact a new system of educator evaluations for Michigan. The bills passed the House in May with overwhelming bipartisan support, but this was the first time that the Senate took up the discussion in such depth.
Are you curious about International Baccalaureate (IB) Programs that seem to be growing in popularity in our state and throughout the country? Do you need credits to renew your administrator or teaching certificate? You might want to consider a new 6 credit hybrid program available at Oakland University (Rochester Hills, MI).
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