Sunday, June 12, 2011
Monday, June 6, 2011
|Doug Prouty, MCEA President|
Meanwhile, in DCPS, the system continues with the IMPACT evaluation, unchanged, even though teachers have voted overwhelmingly that it be ended. The district is planning to greatly increase both the amount of student standardized testing and its use in teacher evaluation, and a scandal of possibly widespread cheating by administrators and teachers over the past two years is waiting for a thorough investigation. What a difference in the approach. What works seems irrelvant to the policy makers. Full-speed ahead.
Read the NY Times piece here.
Posted by Real Ed Reform DC at 12:59 PM