Ohio schools develop evaluations without standardized tests

08/25/2013 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

Ohio school districts are developing a wide range of methods to evaluate how teachers of subjects not included in standardized tests are doing in the classroom. The state approved a list of private tests that districts can use, mostly for social studies, science, language arts and math, but districts are left to develop their own assessments in subjects such as physical education and art.

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