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New NY Education Reform Commission Releases Final Report; Michael Rebell Criticizes Its Major Shortcomings

Governor Cuomo's New NY Education Reform Commission, on which CEE executive director Michael Rebell was a commissioner, released its final report which contains a set of recommendations for New York's schools. The report also includes a separate supplemental statement by Rebell that criticizes the report's failure to deal at all with such major issues as funding, special education, and the lack of appropriate supports for English language learner, and its ignoring major current controversies such as implementation of the Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR), and Common Core systems. Please find the full report and addendum here.
Governor Cuomo's New NY Education Reform Commission, on which CEE executive director Michael Rebell was a commissioner, released its final report which contains a set of recommendations for New York’s schools. The report also includes a separate supplemental statement by Rebell that criticizes the report’s failure to deal at all with such major issues as funding, special education, and the lack of appropriate supports for English language learner, and its ignoring major current controversies such as implementation of the Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR), and Common Core systems. Please find the full report here and read the addendum here.

Published Monday, Jan. 27, 2014

New NY Education Reform Commission Releases Final Report; Michael Rebell Criticizes Its Major Shortcomings

Governor Cuomo's New NY Education Reform Commission, on which CEE executive director Michael Rebell was a commissioner, released its final report which contains a set of recommendations for New York’s schools. The report also includes a separate supplemental statement by Rebell that criticizes the report’s failure to deal at all with such major issues as funding, special education, and the lack of appropriate supports for English language learner, and its ignoring major current controversies such as implementation of the Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR), and Common Core systems. Please find the full report here and read the addendum here.
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