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School Grading Deserves a Poor Grade

TC faculty member Aaron Pallas is co-author of an opinion piece in Our Town and The West Side Spirit arguing that, as they enter their second year, the New York City Department of Education's School Progress Reports are unreliable because they ignore real-world complexity.
TC faculty member Aaron Pallas is co-author of an opinion piece in Our Town and The West Side Spirit arguing that, as they enter their second year, the New York City Department of Education's School Progress Reports are unreliable because they ignore real-world complexity. You can read the piece at http://westsidespirit.com/?cat=734

Published Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008

School Grading Deserves a Poor Grade

TC faculty member Aaron Pallas is co-author of an opinion piece in Our Town and The West Side Spirit arguing that, as they enter their second year, the New York City Department of Education's School Progress Reports are unreliable because they ignore real-world complexity. You can read the piece at http://westsidespirit.com/?cat=734
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