State Rep. Scott Dieckhaus, R-Washington, is pushing for legislation that would make major changes to how teachers are tenured and evaluated.
Earlier this year, Dieckhaus introduced House Bill 1526 which includes a number of changes to teacher contracting and evaluations. According to a bill summary, Dieckhaus' legislation would make it so that a teacher who completed a one-year contract may be granted a contract for a period of two to four years. A teacher who receives two successive annual evaluations of "ineffective," according to the summary, will not be kept at a particular district.
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