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Document Number: 11086

Evaluating Teachers More Strategically: Using Performance Results to Streamline Evaluation Systems - A must-read: In response to complaints of inefficiency and burdensome costs, many states and districts have begun to alter their original, one-size-fits-all evaluation processes to bring greater quality and efficiency to their evaluation systems. For example, Tennessee and others replaced their original approaches with more differentiated models, using past performance data to determine which teachers should be evaluated with more or less intensity in following evaluation cycles. (Taylor White, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, January 2014)...


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