kitchen table math, the sequel: value-add

Wednesday, February 29, 2012


“I’m definitely a lot more attuned to making my plans,” said Morgan Shinlever, a physical education and health and wellness teacher at Bearden High.
Since Mr. Shinlever knows his fate now depends on math and reading scores, he is making his classes more academic. After watching the documentary “Food, Inc.” recently, his sophomores wrote essays. Similarly, in Chester County, a gym teacher recently spread playing cards around and had students run to find three that added to 14.
States Try to Fix Quirks in Teacher Evaluations By JENNY ANDERSON
Published: February 19, 2012
Stop the multiverse, I want to get off.

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