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At the end of June, the D.C. Council plans to vote on a new rule that would block the public’s access to teacher evaluations. The Washington Teachers’ Union (WTU) is against the amendment, which they call a confusing and vague “secrecy provision” that could have broad, unintended effects. WTU President Elizabeth A. Davis talks with Kojo about the proposed rule and other issues on the minds of D.C.’s teachers.
- Elizabeth A. Davis President, Washington Teachers' Union
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