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Document Number: 10546

The State of Teacher Evaluation Reform: State Education Agency Capacity and the Implementation of New Teacher-Evaluation Systems - As states struggle to implement teacher-evaluation systems - a crucial part of improving teacher quality - McGuinn offers an assessment of how early adopter states have fared, identifying challenges and lessons. Six states were used as case studies not only because they were first out of the chute, but also because they used different approaches. They are Colorado, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Tennessee. (Patrick McGuinn, November 2012)...


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