Report: Value-added evaluation model is ineffective

The value-added teacher-evaluation model is ineffective, according to a recent report that offers details on what successful assessments should look like. The report, from Stanford University researcher Linda Darling-Hammond, finds that teacher evaluations should be based on professional teaching standards and multiple factors, overseen by trained evaluators and include useful feedback for teachers. The report also finds that expert teachers should be part of the process, along with panels of teachers and administrators.

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