To support this implementation work, SCORE has been asked by Governor Bill Haslam to lead an independent statewide listening and feedback process on the evaluation. The process will gather feedback and input from a wide range of voices, particularly from educators. SCORE will gather feedback on challenges and concerns, identify what is working well, and report back to the state Board of Education and Department of Education in June. SCORE’s role is to listen. We look forward to hearing from you!
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The following organizations have partnered
with SCORE to gather feedback from educators
and community leaders across Tennessee: