How will Tennessee gauge student progress in arts, physical education?

02/4/2010 | Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tenn.)

Art, physical education and music teachers in Tennessee are wondering how they will be evaluated under an initiative that measures teacher effectiveness based in part on student progress on state tests that do not measure their subjects. Lawmakers said that perhaps student artwork or performances could be judged or Advanced Placement scores could be considered in evaluating teachers who do not teach subjects in which students are tested.

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