Teacher Evaluation: A Study of Effective Practices
Jan 1, 1984
A Study of Effective Practices
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Presents in detail case studies of four effective teacher evaluation systems: Salt Lake City, Utah; Lake Washington, Washington; Greenwich, Connecticut; and Toledo, Ohio. These four case studies provided the major source material for R-3139 by the same authors.
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