Student Achievement Could Be Part of Teacher Evaluations

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A new rule proposed by the Alaska Department of Education would add student achievement -- in the form of test scores or other data -- to the criteria on which teachers are evaluated each year. The regulation, which is up for public comment, would require districts to make what the department terms "student learning data" worth 20% in a teacher's evaluation. The article is in the Anchorage Daily News.


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