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Aaron Pallas: Teacher Evaluations Not Truly "Rigorous"

Posted first on The Hechinger Report website, the Professor of Sociology and Education writes that in today's parlance, teacher evaluations are incorrectly seen as "rigorous" if they rate teachers as ineffective.
Education writes that in today's parlance, teacher evaluations are incorrectly seen as "rigorous" if they rate teachers as ineffective.

Link: 'Rigor mortis ' in teacher evaluation systems - The Answer Sheet

Published Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012

Aaron Pallas: Teacher Evaluations Not Truly "Rigorous"

Education writes that in today's parlance, teacher evaluations are incorrectly seen as "rigorous" if they rate teachers as ineffective.

Link: 'Rigor mortis ' in teacher evaluation systems - The Answer Sheet

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