Opinion: An alternative to the value-added evaluation

11/4/2012 | Los Angeles Times

Teachers should be evaluated by having experts review their instruction, student work and school and district test scores, two Stanford University education professors write in this opinion article. Linda Darling-Hammond and Edward Haertel write that their work, and that of other researchers, has shown that judging teachers based on value-added evaluations is highly unreliable.

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