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  • TechnoMage On 1/01/10, Theodore A. Jones wrote: > > > > Every teacher employed in a SC public school is under a contract. > Since they are under employment by a contract they are no longer > employed at the employer's willfulness to...See More
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  • Theodore A. Jones Every teacher employed in a SC public school is under a contract. Since they are under employment by a contract they are no longer employed at the employer's willfulness to retain them. The employer who employes by contract also concedes to th...See More
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  • Columbia Teacher Yes, it is interesting. After STEP, they called it ADEPT for about 2-3 years and now it is called SAFE-T (in my district). Don't ask what it stands for b/c I don't know. I personally am on GBE which is Goals Based Evaluation. On 12/...See More
    Dec 31, 2009 report post
  • clanna Interesting. In my district, STEP is used to determine educator quality of teachers whose effectiveness is in question. It is interesting that all districts have their own interpretation and use of this statewide evaluation process. On 12/30/0...See More
    Dec 31, 2009 report post
  • Columbia Teacher I have been following this post and this just does not make any sense to me. I am a teacher in Richland County School District 2. When I went through ADEPT (which was called STEP in our district) we had an orientation and they told us and showe...See More
    Dec 30, 2009 report post
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