NBCT: State tests are not appropriate for evaluating educators

04/28/2010 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

A National Board Certified Teacher writes in this column that test scores are not the appropriate way to evaluate teachers. David B. Cohen writes that in many cases student achievement on state tests is the measuring stick, but those tests are not an accurate measure of what has been taught -- or learned.

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