Education

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.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Asbury works with Director Anson Williams on TV pilot 01:51

Asbury works with Director Anson Williams on TV pilot

Governor welcomes attendees to Alltech conference 01:59

Governor welcomes attendees to Alltech conference

Graduating Henry Clay students host Senior Walk through Breckinridge Elementary 01:25

Graduating Henry Clay students host Senior Walk through Breckinridge Elementary

Senator Rand Paul talks about 2nd amendment 02:41

Senator Rand Paul talks about 2nd amendment

Prince tribute concert by Lexington musicians 02:09

Prince tribute concert by Lexington musicians

Soccer star Abby Wambach discusses DUI charge 02:45

Soccer star Abby Wambach discusses DUI charge

Kentucky expert on building popular racing engines 00:42

Kentucky expert on building popular racing engines

Locals enjoy karaoke night at Hardee's 01:16

Locals enjoy karaoke night at Hardee's

Squirrel enjoys McDonald's sundae 00:44

Squirrel enjoys McDonald's sundae

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos