Most area teachers earn strong marks



Nearly 75 percent of teachers in Jackson County’s public schools that reported teacher evaluations to the state last year were rated effective.

A smaller number of teachers, 20 percent, received the highest rating of highly effective, and 1 percent were categorized as needing improvement.

No teachers were rated ineffective, according to data released Monday by the Indiana Department of Education.

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