13
May
CAS Honors Scholarship Recipients 2015

CAS Honors  Scholarship Recipients at Delegate Assembly May 5, 2015 At the Annual Delegate Assembly held at the Plainview Holiday…

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11
May
The State of the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act, 40 Years Later – District Administration

  The State of the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act, 40 Years Later  

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11
May
Get NY’s Teacher Evaluation System Right This Time – Newsday

  Get NY’s Teacher Evaluation System Right This Time

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08
May
Measuring Teachers by Measuring Students. Are Teacher VAM Scores So Discriminatory…WordPress

  Measuring Teachers by Measuring Students.  Are Teacher VAM Scores So Discriminatory, Arbitrary and Capricious As to Constitute an Abuse…

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08
May
CAS Conducts Informational Meetings on New Legislation

  This week CAS held meetings for all unit presidents and executive board members to discuss the recently enacted legislative…

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08
May
At Albany ‘Summit,’ Officials Extend Deadline For Revamping Teacher-Evaluation System – Newsday

  At Albany ‘Summit,’ Officials Extend Deadline For Revamping Teacher-Evaluation System NYSED Learning Summit    

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07
May
Tisch: Concensus From Thursday Summit Should Guide Evaluation Redesign – Chalkbeat, NY

  Tisch:  Concensus From Thursday Summit Should Guide Evaluation Redesign

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23
Apr
CAS Sponsors April Financial Literacy Workshop in Melville

CAS Sponsors April Financial Literacy Workshop in Melville On April 21st CAS sponsored another well-attended and informative after school workshop…

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23
Apr
Education Department Delays New Teacher Evaluations – lohud.com

  Education Department Delays New Teacher Evaluations

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23
Apr
Legislature Considering ‘Opt Out’ Bills – CapitalNewYork

  Legislature Considering ‘Opt Out’ Bills

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20
Apr
Educators Alarmed By Some Questions on N.Y. Common Core Tests – Washington Post

  Educations Alarmed By Some Questions On N.Y. Common Core Tests  

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17
Apr
Nearly 65,000 Students Across LI Opt Out of State English Tests – Newsday

  Nearly 65,000 Students Across LI Opt Out of State English Tests

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