NBCT tells officials what value-added measures don't take into account

09/19/2010 | Washington Post, The

In a letter to California officials, National Board Certified Teacher David B. Cohen argues against value-added teacher evaluations by pointing out several changes taking place at his school this year that he says would be difficult to factor into his evaluation. These include a new principal, a later start time and the implementation of block scheduling. Cohen, who is opposed to using students' test scores to evaluate teachers, says no state leaders have responded to his letter.

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