A focus on teacher teams offers an alternative to merit-pay plans

Educator and author Kim Marshall argues in this opinion article against merit pay for individual teachers that is based solely on student test scores. Instead, Marshall favors a system where teams of teachers are evaluated through a combination of factors, including principals' observations of teachers' skills in the classroom and a variety of in-school assessments of student learning.

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