Ohio could cut weight of students' achievement in teachers' evaluations

12/1/2013 | Blade (Toledo, Ohio), The

Student achievement would have less effect on teachers' evaluations under legislation being considered in Ohio. This school year, districts statewide were to begin annual teacher evaluations using a formula in which student achievement on standardized tests counts toward half of teachers' assessments. The proposed legislation drops the percentage to 35%, but allows individual districts to adopt a higher percentage.

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