Majority of D.C.'s principals called "developing" on new evaluations

More than half of Washington D.C.'s principals rated below "developing" -- one rung below "effective" -- in the public release of the district's first principal evaluations based, in part, on student test scores during the 2012-13 school year. The ratings in future years will be tied to annual raises, known as step increases, for which principals rated below "effective" will be ineligible.

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