An important new report
was published today raising major questions about the usefulness of Value-Added Measurement as a teacher evaluation tool.

Read about it at The Washington Post’s article, Good teaching, poor test scores: Doubt cast on grading teachers by student performance, and at Education Week’s piece, Studies Highlight Complexities of Using Value-Added Measures.

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