Tennessee teacher evaluation systems have rough road ahead


Rebecca Sellers, an eighth-grade English teacher at the Lester Pre-K-8 school in Memphis, looked wary as she walked into the teachers' lounge on a Monday afternoon last fall, says the Hechinger Report. The previous week, the school's assistant principal, Isaac Robinson, had dropped in, unannounced, to watch Sellers teach as part of Tennessee's new evaluation system. Now he was about to reveal her scores. As he fiddled with a computer
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