Lessons from the Gates Foundation’s Effective Teacher Initiative | IN 60 SECONDS

The RAND Corporation recently issued a study on the Gates Foundation’s effort to redesign teacher evaluation. Unfortunately, the results were less than stellar – AEI’s Rick Hess breaks down what went wrong with the initiative and what can be learned from it.

ARTICLE – 5 lessons from the failure of the Gates Foundation’s $575 million Effective Teacher Initiative https://goo.gl/e6sYr7

ARTICLE – Has evaluation reform chased away competent would-be teachers? https://goo.gl/dKcj16

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