Value-added models garner growing support

11/17/2004 | Education Week

Many educators believe value-added methods, which track the contributions schools and teachers make to students' academic growth, are fairer than existing accountability systems. The U.S. Department of Education hasn't allowed states to use value-added models to gauge adequate yearly progress, however, and it's unclear whether it even could, unless NCLB were changed.

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