In an interview with NPR today, Bill Gates:
said if Microsoft didn’t have evaluations, “it wouldn’t have worked.”
He said that seniority and educational degrees didn’t correlate with “who was writing the best code.”
I “tweeted” this NPR interview when it first came out.
Here’s Jason Middlekauff’s response:
He seems to think teaching is analogous to code writing. Codes have learning styles, distractions, apathy, home influence.