How Much Value Can Teachers Really Add to Student Achievement?

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Chris Gilbert blogs in The Washington Post’s Answer Sheet: Teaching is a messy art involving numerous, unpredictable variables and participants, and the learning process spans multiple venues and points in time. A fair evaluation instrument would address this multifaceted reality. The value-added instrument currently utilized in North Carolina and many other states, though, is unfair and inaccurate.





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