Opinion: Find better measures of teacher accountability

Educators' instructional success is increasingly judged by tests incapable of distinguishing between top teachers and duds, writes W. James Popham, a professor emeritus at the University of California, Los Angeles. Such tests are better at measuring students' economic situation than teacher quality, but unless teachers want such tests to determine their own economic situation, they must push for better accountability measures.

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