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Document Number: 11223

Connections between Teacher Perceptions of School Effectiveness and Student Outcomes in Idaho's Low-Achieving Schools - After examining the survey of teacher responses in 75 Idaho schools working on school improvement, researchers found schools with highest teacher reports of the presence of the goals, processes and supports essential for student success didn't have higher rates of reading proficiency, math proficiency or attendance. Idaho educators and others using teacher perception surveys should proceed cautiously in making decisions based on perception surveys. (Caitlin Scott and Traci Fantz, REL Northwest, March 2014) ...


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