Measures of Effective Teaching, the huge Gates Foundation-funded research project on teacher evaluation, just released their latest report this week. They actually released two of them:
I just don’t have it in me to carefully review them on my last day of winter break, but I wasn’t thrilled to see that they support the use of Value-Added Measures.
I’ve previously written about concerns I have about the project:
I’d love to hear from other people who have taken more time to analyze these latest reports.
Thanks to Alexander Russo for the tip.