AUGUSTA — A teacher evaluation bill that’s part of Gov. Paul LePage education reform package has won initial Senate approval.

The Senate’s vote came without discussion Wednesday afternoon.

The bill requires school administrators to develop comprehensive performance evaluation and professional growth systems for teachers and principals. Teachers found to be ineffective would be allowed to implement professional improvement plans.

The bill faces further House and Senate votes.

 


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