Behind the Headline: New Evaluation Laws Split Teachers Even More

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New Evaluation Laws Split Teachers Even More
07/15/10 | NPR

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An Effective Teacher in Every Classroom
Summer 2010 | Education Next

In Colorado and other states, teachers’ job security will now be tied to how well their students perform on state tests. In an article appearing in the Summer 2010 issue of Ed Next, Rick Hanushek and Kati Haycock debate the best ways to get more effective teachers into high-need schools. They both note that removing poorly performing teachers is an important part of any strategy to boost teacher quality.

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