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Local school districts are preparing to pilot a new evaluation system for teachers and principals in the next school year, a system which will be included in the state accountability model that monitors the success of districts.
The effort, known as Professional Growth and Effectiveness System, was created through House Bill 180, which was signed in April by Gov. Steve Beshear.
Districts are required to pilot the program with several teachers in one school or in up to 10 percent of the schools next year, said Nannette Johnston, Hardin County Schools superintendent.
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