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Why Teacher Evaluation Reform Is Not A Failure


So the best case scenario is that it did nothing. However, it has ruined thousands of careers and driven people to suicide on a few occasions that we know of. But hey that's the price you pay for progress right? This whole social experiment has ruined the lives of educators and made students worse off. We could have taken that money and used it to improve education instead of flushing it down the drain and pading the pockets of the people who came up with these ineffective ratings systems.

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