The next mayor can expect city students’ test scores to rise, a top state education official predicted Thursday, while also cautioning they shouldn’t be the sole indicator of whether education reforms are working.
Tisch noted scores inevitably rise as schools get familiar with a new exam.
She also urged the public to evaluate the city’s education policies on other criteria — including teachers’ success at communicating with parents and the administration’s record at keeping neighborhood schools open.
Friday, August 23, 2013
Where Was Merryl Tisch During The Bloomberg Years?
The Daily News today: