Winter Park, Fla. — Jan. 23, 2013 — In an effort to improve the quality of education, an increasing number of states — including Florida — are passing laws that tie educator evaluations to student achievement. At the 2013 Florida Educational Technology Conference (FETC) next week in Orlando, a panel of education leaders will come together to discuss this hot topic and offer their insights into how districts are using multi-measure systems for teacher effectiveness to improve data-driven decision making and maximize their impact on student learning.

The panel session, titled “Tips and Tools for Taking Teacher Evaluations into the 21st...

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Leslie Eicher