Study: Charter-school evaluations focus on continuous improvement

Teacher evaluations in nonunion charter schools tend to be unstructured and unannounced, according to a study by the Center for American Progress that looked at five schools run by three charter groups. Teacher evaluations in charter schools are also more likely to continue throughout the year -- as opposed to public schools that use a formal end-of-the-year evaluation -- and focus on ways to improve teaching and learning, according to the study.

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