Bogus Ratings: Another Tool in the School Wars | Labor Notes

23 Mar

But the scores have margins of error as high as 53 out of 100 points for English and 35 points for math. This means a teacher rated “below average” could just as easily be “average” and an “above average” teacher might really be somewhere in the middle. Some teacher’s scores are based on as few as 10 students.

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