[caption id="attachment_103914" align="alignleft" width="150"] "None of us who work outside the classroom can do anything for students unless we do it with teachers," said Gates. (3777190317 / Shutterstock.com)[/caption]

At the Education Commission of the States conference in Atlanta July 11, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates told policy makers that rushing a new teacher evaluation system into place could be a “disaster” if it’s not well thought out. He also shared the lessons his foundation has learned in studying effective teacher evaluation in districts nationwide.

Here’s an excerpt of his speech…

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