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“They call Windham County the quiet corner, but you wouldn’t know it by the turnout tonight,” CEA Secretary Pat Jordan told the more than 100 teachers crowded into a room at the Gold Eagle in Dayville last night. Jordan welcomed the educators and five members of the Connecticut General Assembly to the first in a series of CEA Regional Teacher Meetings, where educators shared their frustrations and suggestions for improvement when it comes to implementing the new teacher evaluation system and Common Core.
“This evaluation system was set up to try to get rid of bad teachers, but it ends up punishing everyone,” Karen Abbey, a teacher at Parish Hill High School in Region 11, said. She said that the current climate created by the evaluation system has many teachers so discouraged that they are looking at other career options.
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