Why teachers' input is key in evaluation-reform efforts

With states working to reform their teacher-evaluation systems, there also should be a focus on "two-way feedback and a commitment to continuous improvement," write Ross Wiener, a vice president at the Aspen Institute in Washington, and Kasia Lundy, a senior principal in the education practice of the Parthenon Group. In this commentary, they write that efforts to reform teacher evaluations will fail without the input and buy-in of educators.

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