Uncertainty surrounds new teacher evaluations in Chicago

11/13/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Chicago Public Schools will replace its current system for evaluating teachers, principals and other staff, next year with one that is based, in part, on students' test scores. Some education experts, however, point out many questions about the new system have yet to be answered. Officials have not negotiated with the teachers union over the criteria that will be used to measure effectiveness or how those who teach non-tested subjects will be evaluated.

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