To get stimulus funds, states will have to provide date regarding teacher evaluations. As you may recall a study of teacher evaluations in Chicago showed that the vast majority of teachers were rated as superior or excellent:
For more of the details, see this blog post from a centrist Democrat reform organization.
Will it have any effect to remind the public and lawmakers that the evaluation system is broken? Or will it just perpetuate the blame game?
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