Panel undecided over regulation of teacher-preparation programs

04/13/2012 | InsideHigherEd.com

The federal panel studying potential regulations for teacher-preparation programs will not reach a consensus, the group announced Thursday. At issue, they say, is a disagreement over the role of students' test scores in evaluating teacher-preparation programs. Education Department officials sought to assess such programs based on teachers' value-added ratings, while critics said the ratings are ineffective and unreliable.

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