Education Secretary Arne Duncan on Aug. 25 urged schools across the country to disclose more data on student achievement and teacher effectiveness, saying too much information that would help teachers and parents is being kept out of public view, reports the Associated Press. Duncan said schools too often aren't disclosing years of data on student achievement that could not only help parents measure a teacher's effectiveness, but also would help teachers gain better feedback. "Too often our systems keep all of our teachers in the dark about the quality of their own work," Duncan told an audience in Little Rock,...
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