Report: Most states use students' achievement to evaluate teachers

10/9/2013 | Stateline

A report from the Center for Public Education, an initiative of the National School Boards Association, finds that many states are overhauling the way they evaluate teachers. The report finds that 41 states require or recommend that more than one measure of performance factor into teachers' evaluations, and 38 states require student achievement be a factor in teachers' assessments, with eight other states recommending the practice.

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