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Will you check your child’s teacher’s effectiveness rating online?

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Sep-03-14 9:12 PM

Blindeye has spoken!!! What do any of you blow hards know about evaluating teachers. I bet some of you didn't even go to High School no less college. I bet you think you can do brain surgery too.

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Sep-03-14 5:43 PM


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Sep-03-14 12:53 PM

That's the truth Stang!!!!!!!!

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Sep-03-14 9:33 AM

As an employee in the private sector I received annual performance reviews and any pay raises were based on achievement and performance. In a union environment all employees receive the same pay raise with no regard to performance. I fail to see how unions can defend this process. Where is the incentive to do a better job?

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Sep-03-14 9:27 AM

It's a good thing they don't have a parent effectiveness rating.

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Sep-03-14 9:25 AM

no, they are all inept govt parasites.

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Sep-03-14 8:22 AM

A much better way to evaluate teachers is to evaluate what your child has learned with a sit down discussion with the child.

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Sep-03-14 7:33 AM

I am not sure I agree with how they evaluate teachers. I know each of my grandchildren's teachers over the years, and each of them I would give the HIGHEST RATING. Outstanding teachers who do much more than just instruct. I applaud every one of them and all of the aides as well.

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