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DCPS considers waiving evaluations for top teachers moving to poorer areas

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D.C. Public Schools is considering a proposal from D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown to lure top teachers into the city's poorest schools by waiving their Impact evaluations for two to three years, The Washington Examiner has learned. If implemented, the incentive would be the second significant change to the controversial evaluation tool in the past three months. Currently teachers rated...

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