ALBUQUERQUE—The state’s teacher evaluation system does not improve teachers’ performance, according to leaders from the National Education Association-New Mexico chapter.  Betty Patterson, NEA-NM president, and a former LCPS teacher, said the NMTeach system is flawed.  Agreeing with her is LCPS Superintendent Greg Ewing, who said that teachers need to continue to focus on good instructional practices and not on the outcomes of the controversial evaluation system.  Read more about the matter in this news release from NEA-NM.