At the school level, I'm ok with incorporating many quantitative metrics and also parent, teacher and student evaluations. AS LONG AS we don't apply that directly at the teacher level. It needs to be left mostly to the principals and the other teachers to evaluate individual teachers. Each school is different and each classroom is different (even from year to year). It is too subjective to only rely on stats and numbers. My class may have more spec ed, or Spanish speakers or kids that started way behind, or some real trouble makers that disrupt the whole class, etc. Other teachers and good principals know this and can adjust accordingly. And we want teacher collaborating not competing!by Tamara
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