At the signing, the governor said the goal was simple. “That the excellence in most of the schools in New Jersey is extended to all of the schools in New Jersey,” he said.
Gov. Chris Christie called for the leader of the state’s teacher’s union to resign Wednesday, after the union chief said “life’s not always fair” while discussing how poor families can’t afford private schools – and union opposition to vouchers that could help them do so.
If the New Jersey state legislature adopts a new recommendation, teacher evaluations could see a significant change.