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Have We Identified Effective Teachers? Validating Measures of Effective Teaching Using Random Assignment
This report presents an in-depth discussion of the technical methods, findings, and implications of the Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) project’s random assignment study of teaching effectiveness measures.
Education, like medicine, is a field that should constantly advance. Today, we know more than ever about what it takes to help students succeed. Research shows that the quality of classroom instruction has a greater impact on student outcomes than any other in-school factor.
With states and districts implementing new academic standards based on the Common Core State Standards, teachers have more opportunities than ever to collaborate around the shared goals of strengthening curriculum design, classroom practices, and student learning.
This brief highlights a set of guiding principles to inform the design and implementation of high-quality teacher support and evaluation systems based on three years’ of work by the Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) project, its partners, and other leading school systems and organizations.
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