Bruce Lederman went to court to help his wife Sheri fight the rating she got from a flawed computer program in New York. Icky Sheri! No teacher could have paid for the legal bills required to fight the state. Bruce wrote this article in the main newspaper in Charlotte to warn North Carolinians to stop wasting time on computerized test-ASD teacher evaluations.

 

The Lederman case might turn it to be a landmark decision that puts an end to Arne Duncan’s worst idea: judging teachers by their students’ scores.

 

Why did Bruce publish this article in North Carolina? He and Sheri are appearing at the Network for Public Education annual conference in Raleigh to tell their story to activists from across the nation.

 

Wish you were here!