Teachers' Ratings Still High Despite New Evaluation Measures

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The first results trickling out from states' new systems to measure teacher effectiveness paint a picture of a K-12 system that remains hesitant to differentiate between the best and the weakest performers-as well as among all those in the middle doing a solid job who still have room to improve. The observation components of the systems tended to produce the highest scores.  The article is in Education Week.



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