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Document Number: 10580

Ensuring Fair and Reliable Measures of Effective Teaching - Culminating three years of study in seven districts, researchers concluded teacher evaluation could offer a meaningful measure of teacher effectiveness. They recommend a composite teacher score comprised of student state test results, teacher observation and student surveys. State student test results should count for 33%-50% of the score and teacher observations would be more meaningful if done by two different people. MET Project, January 2013)...


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