Study examines link between evaluations, student learning

10/14/2013 | Wyoming Tribune-Eagle (Cheyenne)

The American Institutes for Research is conducting a two-year study to determine whether teacher and principal evaluations have an effect on student learning. As part of the study, educators in a Wyoming school district were trained in a more rigorous method for evaluating teachers and principals. The results from the new method will be compared with progress made at schools that did not make changes to their evaluation systems.

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