More states emphasize test scores in teacher evaluations

Nearly half of states use standardized testing data when evaluating public-school teachers, according to a National Council on Teacher Quality report released today. Separately, districts in 14 states can use testing data as cause to fire teachers, the report shows. About two-thirds of states have adopted new teacher-evaluation policies, though California is among the holdouts.

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