January 31, 2012
The Regents Reform Agenda is the latest attempt to improve educational standards in New York, and it's not without controversy. While school districts around the state are working to implement the required changes, conflicts over some aspects of the agenda - like teacher evaluations - are putting hundreds of millions of dollars of federal aid at risk.
On this episode of Community Conversation, host Crystal Sarakas leads a discussion on what changes are taking place in the classroom, and how they will affect your child.
Mary Kay Frys, Superintendent of the Johnson City Central School District
George Lohmann, Director of the Tioga County Teacher Center
Scott Symons, US History and Economics teacher, Windsor High School