Teachers suggest more time for collaboration, less on evaluation

11/20/2009 | Washington Post, The

Washington Post education columnist Jay Mathews writes that a growing number of educators support spending less time evaluating teachers and more time letting educators collaborate to improve teaching and learning. Mathews praises a program set up by a Brooklyn, N.Y., high school that provides a new class schedule that gives teachers more time for preparation and conversation.

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