Report Fails to Sufficiently Address the Evidence Surrounding Teacher Evaluation

National Education Policy Center, Dec 04, 2018
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Normally I prefer to link to the actual links, but this newsletter article excels in providing a summary of the original report and the criticism. "Amy Farley and Leah Chamberlain of the University of Cincinnati reviewed Making a Difference: Six Places Where Teacher Evaluation Systems Are Getting Results. They find that the report does little to enrich an already tired conversation about linking teacher evaluation to student achievement." Here's the money quote: "a $500 million investment in teacher evaluation that heavily weighted student growth measures, with considerable funding from the Gates Foundation, did not improve student outcomes."

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