Measure implements rules for establishing a teacher evaluation system
DENVER—Gov. John Hickenlooper signed House Bill 1001 into law today. The measure implements rules establishing a teacher evaluation system.
The bill’s cosponsor, Rep. Carole Murray, R-Castle Rock, hailed the bill’s signing, saying–
“A good education system is key to having a robust economy. Because of the teacher evaluation system established by this law, we are ensuring that our students come out of school better prepared to enter college and the workforce.”
Rep. Bob Gardner, R-Colorado Springs, added–
“This law will provide true accountability for parents, so they can chart the best course for success of their children. I’m proud of the bipartisan work that went into this bill.”
The rules were written and approved by the State Board of Education, as a result of Senate Bill 10-191. The measure passed the General Assembly with wide bipartisan support.
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