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Learning From the States

Hope Street Group interviewed teachers, education officials, and policy makers in states implementing new or revised evaluation programs, including Delaware, Tennessee, Florida, and Louisiana.  With educator-evaluation reform a relatively new movement, the interviews revealed some of the challenges and issues states are facing.

The experiences of the states show creating a quality evaluation program is an enormous and difficult undertaking involving designing, planning, communicating, and several other steps necessary to implement a new system.  Suggestions and examples of how to tackle the various steps could be useful to the states in the early phases of building an evaluation program.

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