More Evidence on the Shortcomings of “Value-Added” Teacher Evaluations…

More Evidence on the Shortcomings of “Value-Added” Teacher Evaluations….

This article from Linda Darling Hammond, a professor of Education at Stanford and a chairman of the National Council’s Board on Testing and Assessment, reinterates some of my earlier points about why Value added is an unstable unreliable hoax that is more influenced by student assignment and external factors than teaching ability.

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