Consultant’s plan for Medora focuses on teachers



MEDORA

The consultant hired to help Medora Community Schools improve from the failing letter grade the corporation has received three of the past four years has begun putting changes in place.

Michael Langevin recently talked with administrators and the school board about what he said is an instrumental step in beginning his work — a 27-page teacher evaluation handbook he developed.

Langevin, owner of Equitable Education Solutions in Crawfordsville, said the state requires districts and 75 percent of teachers to sign off on any evaluation plan if it’s not one of three state-approved models.

 

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