Why students' race, ethnicity matters

Students' race or ethnicity affects how they learn, say two educators who make the case in this blog post for culturally responsive teaching. Evaluating teachers primarily on students' test scores does a disservice to students, particularly those from diverse backgrounds, write Willis D. Hawley and Jacqueline Jordan Irvine. They argue that teachers should be evaluated primarily on classroom observations that consider instructors' behavior.

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