Classroom observers should be experienced teachers

12/31/2012 | Teacher Leaders Network

Eighth-grade English teacher Ariel Sacks in this blog post questions a job posting she saw that sought people to observe and evaluate teachers. The posting stated that experienced educators were preferred -- not required. Sacks writes that while the approach may work for the organization cited to evaluate its own program, officials should be careful not to harm the teaching profession.

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