Merchantville School picked for pilot program

Six South Jersey school districts will take part in the state's expanding teacher-evaluation program, and one has been selected for a new pilot program to evaluate principals, education officials said Tuesday. Of 70 districts that applied for the evaluation program, nine districts

and one consortium were selected and will share $1 million, the official said. The local districts that will take part are Bordentown Regional, Woodbury City, Haddonfield, and a consortium of Collingswood, Audubon, and Merchantville. Collingswood Superintendent Scott Oswald said his staff was looking forward "to the opportunity to join the conversation in Trenton to ensure that effective teaching is recognized and rewarded and to help all teachers and administrators grow as professionals to benefit our students." He said his district, in partnership with Merchantville and Audubon, expected to receive $110,000 from the state.

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