Calif. teachers could see changes to evaluations

09/19/2011 | Fresno Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

Momentum is building for making changes to the way in which teachers are evaluated in California, including a proposal before the state legislature that would require districts to base evaluations on standardized test scores, observations and other factors. Under the statewide proposal, districts would determine how much weight to give to test scores. However, some teachers union representatives say they are opposed to such measures and want to work with officials to ensure evaluation reforms are fair.

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