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The Best Posts & Articles On The Florida Teacher Evaluation Fiasco

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The state of Florida has just released the Value-Added Assessment scores of teachers to newspapers.

It’s a fiasco.

You might also be interested in The Best Resources For Learning About The “Value-Added” Approach Towards Teacher Evaluation.

Here are some posts on what’s going on — feel free to suggest others in the comments section:

The most meaningless teacher evaluation exercise ever? is a Washington Post piece on the public release of insane teacher evaluations to local newspapers in Florida.

Confused by Florida’s teacher scoring? So are top teachers
is from The Tampa Bay Times.

Gates Foundation opposes release of teachers’ VAM scores in Florida is good, but as this tweet says:

I’m One of the Worst Teachers in My State is a great post about the Florida fiasco.

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