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D.C. to weaken link between test scores, teacher ratings

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D.C. Public Schools is planning to reduce the power that students' standardized test scores have over teachers' performance ratings and job security, The Washington Examiner has learned. In a major change to its controversial Impact teacher evaluation tool, the school system also will reduce the number of classroom observations teachers must undergo, and add a new performance category to...

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