PIERRE – When South Dakota voters defeated Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s education-reforms package three weeks ago, one of the rejected changes would have required school districts to begin evaluating principals.
That requirement was a key component of the Daugaard administration’s agreement reached earlier this year with the U.S. Department of Education granting South Dakota a waiver from further compliance with the federal No Child Left Behind law.
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