A Board of Regents work group issued a report Monday recommending a number of changes to the state’s implementation of the Common Core, including a plan to allow teachers to protest their evaluations based on their home district’s preparation for the more-stringent education standards.
The subcommittee of Regents made 19 recommendations in the report, while the state Education Department announced plans to further delay submitting identifiable student data to a third party for the creation of a statewide database.
The report was presented to the full Board of Regents on Monday morning. (The discussion was continuing as of 11 a.m.)
Here’s the full report, via the Education Department: