Chicago Teachers See Value in Evaluations, but Eschew Test Scores

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New teachers in Chicago face higher expectations under a teacher-evaluation system rolled out last school year. And while teachers appear to find feedback generated by the system helpful, they remain deeply wary of its emphasis on student achievement. That's the takeaway from two new data dumps on teacher evaluations in Chicago, both released this morning in the Windy City. The post is from Education Week’s Teacher Beat blog.



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