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Teacher Quality Is Not A Policy

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Which of those policy options can be evaluated with cost/benefit?

You've finally written something I've been thinking, but unable to verbalize. There are teachers who consistantly get high test scores, yet they are the most UNDESIRED teachers on our faculty. Students and parents alike request NOT to be placed in her fourth grade classroom. There's SO MUCH MORE to teaching than test scores that cannot be quantifiably measured!

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