Watch for action this fall on some key education priorities in the Michigan Legislature, including:
Senate Bill 395 to amend Michigan’s teacher evaluation system to remove student growth from educator scores, eliminate punitive aspects of the system to focus on teacher development, and get rid of mandates to test kindergarten students in the first 30 school days, among several other provisions.
House Bill 4752 to change a nine-month waiting period for retired educators to work in schools and receive retirement benefits. Under substitute HB 4752, public school retirees could make up to $15,100 per calendar year in the first nine months after retirement and still receive pension and health benefits.
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