Teacher Evaluations: Principals Need More Support for Effective Implementation

By David Nagel

02/12/14

Teacher evaluation systems are being foisted on administrators without the preparation, tools or support needed to make the systems serve their theoretical purpose — improvements in the practice of teaching. “If we expect teacher evaluation to lead to improved instruction and learning in schools, we must provide the tools, resources and knowledge that principals need to implement successful teacher evaluation models,” according to Gail Connelly, executive director of the National Association of Elementary School PrincipalsRead more . . . . .

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