Accountability: What are the Alternatives to Using Test Scores for Teacher Evaluations?
Larry Ferlazzo withJulian Vasquez Heilig, Ph.D., Ben Spielberg
In this segment we take a look at the rationale for using high stakes testing and explore other ways to achieve the goal of teacher quality.
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October 26, 2014 Classroom Q & A
Julian Vasquez Heilig, Ph.D. Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Director, Doctorate in Educational Leadership California State University Sacramento. A Teach For America alum, Ben Spielberg has taught middle school math and science, worked as a math instructional coach for middle and high school teachers, and served on the Executive Board of the San Jose Teachers Association. His blog, 34justice, covers education and a variety of other social justice issues.
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