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May 2, 2018
"The other important thing that it does is it re-empowers local school district, teachers and administrators to come up with a way for evaluating what's going on locally through mutual agreement, through collective bargaining. What I hear from my educators in the areas I represent, is that the thought the system by which they worked with teachers, and helped teachers progress in their careers and evaluated students, was better when they were determining it locally rather than when we imposed all of these things from above," said Assemblyman Otis in support of a bill that would reduce state testing and lift the burdensome regulations that were placed on local school districts by the state. (A.10475)