At its third annual conference, held in Raleigh, North Carolina, the Network for Public Education released a major report on the problems of current test-based teacher evaluation systems. The report includes recommendations for innovative reform.
For Immediate Release: April 17, 2016
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National Report Shows New Teacher Evaluation Systems Causing Harm
“Teachers Talk Back: Educators on the Impact of Teacher Evaluation” is a ground-breaking report that brings forth the voices of those on the front lines, teachers and administrators, to reveal the impact that changes to teacher evaluations are having on our schools, teachers and students.
The Network for Public Education Urges Policymakers and the Public to Remove Evaluations Based on Test Scores and Strengthen Teacher Collaboration.
Raleigh, NC — Today, the Network for Public Education, a national nonprofit education advocacy organization, released Teachers Talk Back: Educators on the Impact of…
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