Michigan teachers' jobs would depend on evaluations, student test scores under new proposal

By mcee

Michigan’s teachers could soon see their jobs hinge on how well they perform for trained observers and on their students’ growth on tests under a sweeping proposal being submitted to the Legislature and Gov. Rick Snyder today.

After nearly two years of research and a $6-million pilot program in 13 districts, the Michigan Council for Educator Effectiveness is expected to release its recommendations for a new statewide teacher
evaluation tool.

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