Grading the Teachers 

Washington has adopted a new teacher evaluation system — but it doesn't have the one thing the federal government wants

For decades, Spokane Public Schools had a teacher evaluation system that did very little to evaluate teachers. Twice a year, the principal would come in and observe scheduled lessons. And for those lessons, typically, teachers put on a carefully crafted performance…

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