Angela Minnici, director of the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders based at American Institutes for Research, will speak at SUNY Buffalo State on Friday, May 2, on national trends and best practices central to teacher evaluation.
She will deliver the lecture, "Teacher Evaluation: Where We Stand and Where We Need to Go," at 3:30 p.m. in Rockwell Hall 204. Participants will be invited to engage in an interactive discussion focusing on teacher evaluation in New York State.
In her current position, Minnici coordinates, supports, and leads project teams in the development and implementation of tools and processes designed to improve educator effectiveness, particularly those focused on evaluation of educators. She began her career as a public school teacher and has worked with federal and state policymakers, teachers, administrators, parents and other education organizations.
Minnici also will present at the Dr. Horace Mann Graduate Research Symposium on May 3. Her visit is sponsored by the Exceptional Education Department and School of Education.
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