Utah bill would leave teacher-evaluation process up to schools

03/1/2011 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

A Senate committee in Utah supports legislation that would require teachers' evaluations to be based partly on student achievement. Under the bill, schools would create their own systems for evaluating teachers, basing 40% on student achievement, 40% on instructional quality and 20% on parent, student or community satisfaction. A state education official said allowing each school to develop its own evaluation process would be ineffective.

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