NYC union tries to block the release of teacher-effectiveness data

10/20/2010 | GothamSchools.org (New York) · Daily News (New York)

New York City union leaders plan to seek an injunction to block the release of teacher-effectiveness data to the media this week, a disclosure similar to that in Los Angeles in August. At issue is whether teachers' names will be attached to the results, which are based solely on test scores. "The reality is, without any other information, people are going to look at this and think this is the whole [of] teacher evaluations," said a Columbia University education professor.

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