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New York considering using scores on AP exams and SAT subject tests in evaluations

New York considering using scores on AP exams and SAT subject tests in evaluations By Monica Disare@monicadisare mdisare@chalkbeat.org…

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Report: Massachusetts teacher eval model offers promise

Report: Massachusetts teacher eval model offers promise By Erin McIntyre | March 20, 2016  Education Dive Dive Brief: A new report by…

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How One District Redefined Teacher Evaluations with ‘Self-Directed Growth Plans’

How One District Redefined Teacher Evaluations with ‘Self-Directed Growth Plans’ Mary Jo Madda By Adam D. Fried Jan 27, 2016Ed Surg…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Jan 29

Questions linger around SAT, ACT as measures of achievement

Questions linger around SAT, ACT as measures of achievement By Erin McIntyre | January 5, 2016  Education Dive Dive Brief: Although seven…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Jan 5

Why this year's NCTQ yearbook is the tipping point for teacher effectiveness

Why this year's NCTQ yearbook is the tipping point for teacher effectiveness Sandi Jacobs December 10, 2015 Upo…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Dec 14, 2015

Common Core panel: 4-year moratorium on linking tests, evals

Common Core panel: 4-year moratorium on linking tests, evals Updated December 10, 2015 9:36 PMBy Yancey Roy  yancey.roy@newsday.com  FILE…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Dec 11, 2015

New, First-Ever Standards for Supervisors of School Principals Aim to Change the Position From Compliance Officer to Coach

New, First-Ever Standards for Supervisors of School Principals Aim to Change the Position From Compliance Officer to Coach      New Standa…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Dec 7, 2015

Informal Observations: It’s Not a Gotcha Tactic

July 31, 2012 Frequent observations help teachers grow. As Director of Teaching, Learning and Development at Learning Sciences, I recei…

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0 Dec 3, 2015

15 Years of Bill Gates's Experimentation

by Carol Burris and Anthony Cody In his October 7 speech as he ruminated on how his foundation shaped educational policy and practice for…

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0 Nov 15, 2015

New Harvard Toolkit Supports Using Video to Refine Practice By Catherine White Guimaraes

New Harvard Toolkit Supports Using Video to Refine Practice Teaching Channel By Catherine White Guimaraes October 15, 2015 2:00 pm As m…

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