K-12 Assessment and Teacher Evaluation: Lessons from Tim’s Fifth Grade Class

In a three-part guest series at Getting Smart, NWEA leaders consider the impact of using data from tests designed for instructional purposes to guide educator evaluations and call for a renewed focus on student learning and professional growth for teachers.K-12 Assessment and Teacher Evaluation: Lessons from Tim’s Fifth Grade Class

In the final post in NWEA’s three-part guest series at Getting Smart, President and CEO Matt Chapman calls for school leaders and policymakers to build systems that offer “constructive ways to identify strengths upon which teachers can build, and challenges that they need to address.”

Be sure to check it out and let us know what you think.

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