Chicagoist on teacher testing

2006_01_scantron"Deeming it unfair that the students get to have all the fun during
Standardized Testing Season, the Illinois State Board of Education's
Rules Committee will consider new guidelines today that would require some teachers to pass up to 10 exams to keep their jobs...

"Sounds pretty fair. Chicagoist always assumed that our teachers had
college degrees or had passed some sort of test proving their worth. We
usually call those tests "interviews". See, we also trusted that the
school administrators knew what they were doing and only hired people
they deemed worthy, instead of going by their skill in completing
Scantron sheets."

See the post: State proposes teacher testing, pencil
manufacturers rejoice

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