Today Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law requiring teachers get a report cards, as well as, students. The law requires public disclosure of teacher evaluations. Supporters say parents and the public have access to information about how the teachers, principals and schools educate children's. Some area educators feel there's uncertainty will the current bill. One superintendent here at home, says keeping the public informed on the system is key. Clinton Central School District Superintendent Matt Reilly says, "We have to educate the public about what process is derive these scores. And again as I said what it looks like in Westmoreland, what it looks like in New Hartford, what it looks like in Whitesboro is going to be slightly different than what it looks like in Clinton" Currently there is no standard for how teachers will be evaluated. Schools have until January to put one in place.