WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo held his line on teacher evaluations at two different events recently, according to Capital New York.
Cuomo said that he doesn't like undergoing performance evaluations, either, referring to elections, but that he has to; and so should teachers, Capital New York reported.
The governor went on to say that his evaluation plan, which would put more weight on standardized test scores would be fair to teachers and students alike, Capital New York said.
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