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Vote NO on Amendment #3

Editorial 

Amendment #3 would take control away from locally elected school district and apply a flawed formula for teacher evaluation and retention. Any formula that relies solely on student test scores and does not take into account what the students abilities were when they started the class is unfair.   Teachers working with students who are far behind in grade level performance would suffer. Districts with an influx of below average students from neighboring districts would suffer. 

Individual progress is a better indicator of teaching skill, rather than group test results.  

No on #2 : Allows evidence from instances where the individual was found innocent to be introduced

No on #6: Does not actually increase voter access and leaves early voting subject to the legislatures willingness to fund it.

No on #10: It is a power grab by the legislature away from the Governor. 

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