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The Downside of Value-Added Evaluation of Teachers
In this troubling Teachers College Record article, Leo Casey (Albert Shanker Institute) analyzes the way the New York City Department of Education used value-added student test data to evaluate the effectiveness of 18,000 teachers based on their students’ state test scores from 2007 to 2010. The Teacher Data Reports were initially going to be us…
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