Report recommends teacher-evaluation changes in Cincinnati

To improve teaching and learning, teacher evaluations in Cincinnati schools should be altered, and teacher bonuses should be paid based on performance, according to a New Teacher Project report. The current evaluation system does not accurately measure teacher effectiveness, the report found. However, the teachers union president said it would be "naive and backward" to end the current system, as merit-based pay could lead to teacher competitiveness -- not teamwork.

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