Colorado’s Teacher Evaluation ‘Revolution,’ Fewer Than One in 1,000 Rated Ineffective | Why Schools Fail

Even After Colorado’s Teacher Evaluation ‘Revolution,’ Fewer Than One in 1,000 Rated Ineffective | The 74

We all know that a profession giving itself a 99.9% effectiveness rating is lying to protect it’s membership. If kids are a top priority then why do we protect ineffective/bad teachers?

“Research from Kraft and others shows that principals believe more teachers are low performing than the number they actually rate as such. Kraft surveyed principals in one urban district and found that although principals believed that nearly one in five teachers performed below proficient, only about 6 percent were rated that way.”

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