Survey: Opt-out movement prioritizes ending test-based teacher evaluations
from Education Week
A new survey of those involved in the assessment opt-out movement finds that typical participants are white, well educated and well off, and very worried about the use of standardized test scores in teacher evaluations. "Who Opts Out and Why? Results From a National Survey on Opting Out of Standardized Tests" was published earlier this week by Oren Pizmony-Levy, an assistant professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, and Teachers College research associate Nancy Green Saraisky.
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