States ramp up use of teacher evaluations
WASHINGTON (AP) — Teachers and principals are worrying more about their own report cards these days.
They're being graded on more than student test scores. The way educators are evaluated is changing across the country, with a switch from routine "satisfactory" ratings to actual proof that students are learning.
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