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Dr. Wool's Advocacy Initiatives:

  • As President of the Lower Hudson Council of School Superintendents, Dr. Wool Files Petition to Suspend & Amend Education Transformation Act, June 12, 2015
    Click here for the full Petition

     
  • Members of New York State Assembly Backs Lower Hudson Council of School Superintendents Plan to Reform Flawed Education Transformation Act, May 28, 2015
    Click here for Statement from Assemblywoman Amy Paulin
     
  • As President of the Lower Hudson Council of School Superintendents, Dr. Wool Calls on Governor Cuomo to Suspend Flawed Education Transformation Act, May 28, 2015
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  • Dr. Wool Challenges NYSED to Reform Education Transformation Act to Get It Right, May 15, 2015
    Click here for Dr. Wool's Teaching, Testing & Tenure Plan

     
  • Journal News Supports Dr. Wool's Recommendation to Restart APPR, May 6, 2015 (VIDEO)
    Click here for the full Journal News Editorial
     
  • Dr. Wool Calls on NYSED to Redesign Teacher Evaluations, March 25, 2015:
    Harrison Central School District Superintendent Dr. Louis N. Wool held in-depth discussions with high ranking education committee members of the New York Senate and Assembly over the past few months regarding the need for effective and useful teacher evaluations that involve sound research and best practices from national education experts.  Dr. Wool has met with Governor Cuomo’s top aides to provide evidence of the ineffectiveness of the current teacher evaluation system and insights for reforming the process.
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  • Dr. Wool Challenges NYSED over Failed Teacher Evaluation Model, November 12, 2014
    Click here for the full Journal News Article & Interview
  • As President of the Lower Hudson Council of School Superintendents, Dr. Wool Issues Call to Action to Address School Violence through Safe Schools Advocacy, December 2012
    Click here for LHCSS Call to Action