In the last decade, school systems have considered a variety of reforms to teacher evaluation systems. The most notable changes have been incorporating new measures of teacher effectiveness and linking evaluation results to compensation or dismissal (McGuinn, 2015; Steinberg & Donaldson, 2016). In this research brief, we consider a few topics where research has reached conclusions about the effects of reforms and others where research suggests important facts are still unknown.
CALDER Policy Brief No. 13-1218-1
Citation: Cara Jackson, James Cowan (2018). Assessing the Evidence on Teacher Evaluation Reforms. CALDER Working Paper No.