Advice, Caution From Early Adopters of New Teacher Evaluations

Learning Teaching: News Digest
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Two-thirds of states are in the process of adopting new evaluations, and many will include student achievement, along with intensive classroom observations. It's unclear whether the new evaluations will have the desired effect. But early adopters say they have at least begun to pinpoint what hasn't worked, and what teachers and principals find most useful. The article is in the Hechinger Report.



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