(Aug 25) Pennsylvania won’t delay using student scores to evaluate teachers

By Adam Clark
The Morning Call

Pennsylvania won’t delay using student test scores to evaluate teachers, despite U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan’s surprise announcement Thursday that states can do so.

This fall, for the first time, teachers across the state are set to receive evaluation scores that are based partially on their students’ performance on standardized tests taken in the 2013-14 school year.

Full story: Pennsylvania won’t delay using student scores to evaluate teachers, Adam Clark, The Morning Call, 08/22/14

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