If Not With Standardized Tests, How Should Teachers Be Evaluated?

Taking Teacher Quality Seriously: A Collaborative Approach to Teacher Evaluation

December 5, 2011 by rethinkingschoolsblog

“So what’s the alternative? If narrow, test-based evaluation of teachers is unfair, unreliable, and has negative effects on kids, classrooms, and curricula, what’s a better approach?

By demonizing teachers and unions, and sharply polarizing the education debate, the corporate reform movement has actually undermined serious efforts to improve teacher quality and evaluation.”

Read More: http://rethinkingschoolsblog.wordpress.com/2011/12/05/taking-teacher-quality-seriously-a-collaborative-approach-to-teacher-evaluation/

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