Utah bill would allow publication of performance data for teachers

03/3/2013 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

The average student test scores of each Utah teacher would be made public under a bill cleared by the state Senate Education Committee on Friday. Proponents of the bill say that parents ought to have the information to better serve students. However, opponents of the bill fear the data will be presented out of context and discourage teachers from instructing certain students, such as those who have learning disabilities or who are English-language learners.

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