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Teachers turn tables, rate principals in survey

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Since 2009, teachers in DC Public Schools have been rated on a scale running from "ineffective" to "highly effective" on evaluations that determine their pay grade and whether they have a job each year. So, they thought, why not give their principals the same treatment? On a survey of nearly 500 teachers obtained by The Washington Examiner, 60 percent gave their principals an "ineffective" or...

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