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HSTA can learn from students


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 26, 2014

~~<p>The Hawaii State Teachers Association should have more faith in the public-school students its members are charged with educating.</p>
<p>The union, which represents 13,500 public and charter school teachers statewide, has criticized a new teacher evaluation system that rightly includes feedback from students as a small element of the assessment.</p>
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The Hawaii State Teachers Association should have more faith in the public-school students its members are charged with educating.

The union, which represents 13,500 public and charter school teachers statewide, has criticized a new teacher evaluation system that rightly includes feedback from students as a small element of the assessment. Login for more...



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