Less-experienced teachers are touting the improved test scores of their students when looking for a job, writes Tony Baldasaro, chief human resource officer of Virtual Learning Academy Charter School in New Hampshire. In this blog post, Baldasaro writes that this is a "non-starter" for him as a recruiter because technology may play a large role in test scores, plus this mindset lends itself to "chasing data" and a less-inspired educator.
Should teachers boast about test scores in job interviews?
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