Opinion: Teachers contract must be followed by meaningful changes

10/29/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A new teachers contract in New Haven, Conn., that allows student achievement to be included in teacher evaluations is a promising step toward school reform, writes the editorial board of the New York Times. But the teacher-evaluation formula must be predominantly based on the student data for it to warrant the accolades it has recently received, argues the editorial board.

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