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Even after reforms, few ineffective teachers are identified as ineffective, study finds

20:00 EDT 23 Aug 2017 | AAAS

(Brown University) The study examined the impact of reforms made to teacher evaluation systems in the wake of a 2009 report that highlighted the failure of US public schools to recognize and act on teacher effectiveness. They found that despite reforms, only a third of teachers perceived by evaluators as ineffective were rated as ineffective. Using surveys and interviews with evaluators in a school district in the Northeast, the researchers uncovered what factors contribute to the discrepancy, and make policy recommendations.

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