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    David Bleicher, a high school English teacher in Albuquerque, speaks to the House Education Committee about what he feels is an ineffective new teacher evaluation system during a session at the Capitol on Saturday. Jane Phillips/the New Mexican

Posted: Saturday, February 1, 2014 7:00 pm | Updated: 1:18 pm, Sun Feb 2, 2014.

Teacher Cindy O’Niell believes state lawmakers will listen and act if people have a story to tell.

“Stories make a difference … our stories, our kids’ stories, our parents’ stories,” she said.

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2 comments:

  • Stacey Sullivan de Maldonado posted at 12:32 pm on Mon, Feb 3, 2014.

    santafestand4kids Posts: 1

    Very glad to see the SF New Mexican getting the word out to the people about real news that really matters! More emphasis on where all this is coming form though would be helpful. For people to know it is our Governor and her appointed Skandera, calling the shots over our childrens' public education, having replaced a real education board, should be an outrage to all who hear of this.The current corporatization of our public education system needs to be know by the masses so that it can be stopped dead in it's tracks! More knowledge creates greater chance of getting politics out of our schools! I hope the Santa Fe New Mexican continues to cover this pressing news as the weeks of the legislature press on...

     
  • Donado Coviello posted at 3:00 pm on Sun, Feb 2, 2014.

    Cove Posts: 337

    New Mexico school are the product of Democratic politics ... own it.

     

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