Can emerging state and local teacher evaluation systems do double duty? Can they be the basis of employment decisions and help teachers improve their practice? Should evaluation systems used to improve practice differ from those used to make employment decisions? If so, how? What do we know about improvement systems?
A panel discussion at the Revisiting Teacher Evaluation Forum in Washington, D.C., September 20, 2012.
Theodore Quinn, Vice President, Strategy & Research, Teach for America
Beth Schiavano-Narvaez, Deputy Superintendent, Office of School Support and Improvement, Montgomery County Public Schools
Scott Thompson, Director of Teacher Effectiveness Strategy, DC Public Schools
Tom Nolan, Associate, Associates in Process Improvement
Alicia Grunow, Senior Managing Partner, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
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