What We’re Watching: Teacher Test Scores Go Public



By 03/02/2012

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Eric Hanushek is interviewed by the Wall Street Journal about why teachers’ value-added scores should be made public. Hanushek makes the case in writing in “The Value of Releasing Value-Added Ratings of Teachers,” which appeared on the Ed Next blog earlier this week.

He has more to say about a larger strategy for boosting teacher quality in “An Effective Teacher in Every Classroom,” which appeared in the Summer 2010 issue of Ed Next.

He also authored “Valuing Teachers: How Much is a Good Teacher Worth?” which appeared in the Summer 2011 issue of Ed Next.




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