February 5, 2014 7:18 PM

Kentucky Board of Education considers standardizing evaluation of teachers and principals

FRANKFORT — Kentucky has as many teacher and principal evaluation systems as there are school districts, state education officials said Wednesday. That would change under a proposed regulation, under development for four years, that would hold educators accountable in new and consistent ways statewide. The Kentucky Board of Education discussed the regulation at a meeting in Frankfort.

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