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Survey finds teachers don't trust annual state skills tests

from USA Today

Despite years of rhetoric from lawmakers and education reformers about the importance of tying teacher pay to student test scores, fewer teachers now believe the move will keep good teachers in the classroom. A new online survey of 10,000 U.S. teachers finds that only 16 percent believe linking student performance and teacher pay is "absolutely essential" or "very important" in retaining good teachers. That's down from 28 percent in 2010. In all, only 52 percent of teachers say it'll make any difference at all, down from 65 percent two years ago, the first year the survey was done. more


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