K-12 Education

Evaluating Evaluations: Using Teacher Surveys to Strengthen Implementation

April 22, 2013  • Ross Wiener and Kasia Lundy

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Public education is focused intensively on designing and implementing meaningful teacher evaluations. To convert evaluation information into more effective teaching, teachers, principals, and system leaders need to embrace a culture of ongoing, two-way feedback and a commitment to continuous improvement. Developed in partnership with The Parthenon Group, Evaluating Evaluations explains how teacher surveys can advance this work by engaging teachers, generating information on what’s working and what’s not, and supporting reciprocal accountability in education improvement efforts.

Read the Op-Ed in Education Week