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DCPS to change its teacher evaluation tool

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D.C. Public Schools officials are making the first fundamental change to the teacher evaluation tool that many regard as the most controversial reform of the Michelle Rhee era, The Washington Examiner has learned. Under Impact, teachers and other educators are observed at schools five times each year and scored on a scale of 1 to 4, or "highly effective." But this school year, the 290 teachers...

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