W.Va.'s teacher-evaluation system provides "feedback loop"

05/29/2013 | Charleston Daily Mail (W.Va.)

West Virginia plans this fall to expand to all schools a teacher-evaluation system that began two years ago as a pilot program in 25 schools. Under the system, there is a so-called "feedback loop" between educators, in which teachers and principals engage in observations and conferences, and educators use data and test scores to assess the achievement of students and their teachers. The state is holding professional-development opportunities during the summer to prepare educators for the system.

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