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TC's Oyler Weighs In on Teacher Performance and Student Achievement

In a letter to the New York Times published November 9, Celia Oyler, associate professor of education in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching, says "there are major flaws" in using state achievement test scores to evaluate students teachers.
In a letter to the New York Times published November 9, Celia Oyler, associate professor of education in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching, says “there are major flaws” in using state achievement test scores to evaluate students teachers.

Teacher Performance and Student Achievement
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/09/opinion/l09teacher.html

Published Monday, Nov. 9, 2009

TC's Oyler Weighs In on Teacher Performance and Student Achievement

In a letter to the New York Times published November 9, Celia Oyler, associate professor of education in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching, says “there are major flaws” in using state achievement test scores to evaluate students teachers.

Teacher Performance and Student Achievement
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/09/opinion/l09teacher.html
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