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DCPS considers less emphasis on test scores for teacher evaluations

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D.C. Public Schools officials are considering weakening the link between students' standardized test scores and teachers' performance on evaluations, The Washington Examiner has learned.Currently under the Impact evaluations, students' year-to-year growth on the D.C. Comprehensive Assessment System counts for 50 percent of the evaluations of teachers whose students take the tests. But after...

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