One thought on “So How Effective Were Those Teacher Evaluations?

  1. The issue is schools are a business now and they need to keep the customer happy. Teachers who TEACH their curriculum with rigor are punished because the parents aren’t happy with their darlings grades, but a teacher who can make it look good, rarely covers the curriculum (if one even exists for them) and who gives all A’s and B’s is given a good evaluation. Even if a principal sees the difference, evaluations are meaningless. Unlike other jobs where a great eval would be coupled with a raise, teacher evaluations are only ever meant to punish. The system is broken. Thank you NCGA.


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