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Aaron Pallas: Teacher Evaluations by Principals Only Are the "Least Reliable" Approach

Commenting on a Gates Foundation study showing that effective teaching can be measured, the Professor of Sociology and Education says it's unclear how any formula will work in "high-stakes conditions."
Commenting on a Gates Foundation study showing that effective teaching can be measured, the Professor of Sociology and Education says it's unclear how any formula will work in "high-stakes conditions."

Link: Gates Study Finds Test Scores Can Measure Teacher Effectiveness

Published Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013

Aaron Pallas: Teacher Evaluations by Principals Only Are the "Least Reliable" Approach

Commenting on a Gates Foundation study showing that effective teaching can be measured, the Professor of Sociology and Education says it's unclear how any formula will work in "high-stakes conditions."

Link: Gates Study Finds Test Scores Can Measure Teacher Effectiveness

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