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Evaluating Teachers: A Need for Collateral Understanding

Posted on May 6, 2014 at 6:15 PM

This is a timely article on the necessity to remain compliant! Lack of compliance can cost the State tens of millions. However, I would have liked to have seen the Detroit Delegation speak with teachers in an open house setting. They could have been polled in re: how Title I and low Eco-Status zip codes that they teach in inhibit them from seeing the marked rise in student progress. It is unrealistic for example for Lansing to believe that Detroit will exceed the State's national average in academic growth year over year when DPSD parents in the main average household education attainment is below 12th grade. When across 8mile the average is at least 2 years beyond the Secondary Level

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