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Education Week Blog: TC Survey of Opt-Out Movement Shows Opposition to Test-Based Teacher Evaluations

 

Education Week’s “Politics K-12 blog” reports that a new survey of those involved in the assessment opt-out movement, conducted by TC’s Oren Pizmony-Levy and Nancy Green Saraisky, “finds that typical participants are white, well educated and well off, and very worried about the use of standardized test scores in teacher evaluations."

To read the Education Week blog post, click here.

To download a pdf of the blog post, click here.

Published Thursday, Aug 11, 2016

Oren Pizmony-Levy
Oren Pizmony-Levy, Assistant Professor of International & Comparative Education

 

Education Week’s “Politics K-12 blog” reports that a new survey of those involved in the assessment opt-out movement, conducted by TC’s Oren Pizmony-Levy and Nancy Green Saraisky, “finds that typical participants are white, well educated and well off, and very worried about the use of standardized test scores in teacher evaluations."

To read the Education Week blog post, click here.

To download a pdf of the blog post, click here.

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