Debate continues over linking test scores, teacher ratings:

04/16/2012 | National Public Radio

Many states are working to develop new teacher-evaluation systems amid a push by the Obama administration for those that factor in both student test scores and classroom observations. The debate over the use of test scores in teacher evaluations is highlighted in New York City, where officials recently released to the public ratings based solely on the scores.

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