Call / Write to help make evaluation fairer

Yesterday, seven regents advocated for a more fair process for determining how teachers will be evaluated in New York State. Their statement can be found here<http://dianeravitch.net/2015/06/09/significant-number-of-new-york-regents-offer-alternative-vision-of-teacher-evaluation/>.

The regents listed below are all from Metropolitan New York and did not sign on to the statement which offers an alternative vision of teacher evaluation. Two more signers would constitute a majority of the Board of Regents.

All those concerned about the APPR should phone/write these 4 NYC-connected regents to strongly encourage them to sign on to the statement.
Lester W. Young, Jr
Member at Large
55 Hanson Place, Suite 400, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11217
(718) 722-2796<tel:%28718%29%20722-2796>
Regent.Young@nysed.gov (link sends e-mail)<mailto:Regent.Young@nysed.gov>

Charles R. Bendit
Member
1st Judicial District
111 Eighth Avenue, Suite 1500, New York, N.Y. 10011
Phone (212) 220-9945<tel:%28212%29%20220-9945>
Regent.Bendit@nysed.gov (link sends e-mail)<mailto:Regent.Bendit@nysed.gov>

James E. Cottrell
Member
Member at Large
SUNY Downstate Medical Center, 450 Clarkson Avenue – Box 6, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11203-2098
(718) 270-2331<tel:%28718%29%20270-2331>
Regent.Cottrell@nysed.gov (link sends e-mail)<mailto:Regent.Cottrell@nysed.gov>
Christine D. Cea
Member
13th Judicial District
1050 Forest Hill Road, Staten Island, NY 10314Regent.Cea@nysed.gov (link sends e-mail)<mailto:Regent.Cea@nysed.gov>


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