New York City teachers still don't know how evaluations will be used

How to best use the results of more than 12,000 teacher evaluations is the question for New York City as the national controversy continues over the fairness and accuracy of using assessments to evaluate teachers. Some teachers and school officials say they are gaining insight from the reports, which are based on student improvement on standardized tests, but the results have not been released publicly or to many of the city's teachers.

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