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The L.A. Times Test-Data Controversy: What Do You Think?

That Los Angeles Times series that analyzes district test-score data in connection with teacher effectiveness has created an absolute firestorm of controversy. Want to talk about it? Well, we've created a forum where you can do just that. It would be great to hear what teachers themselves have to say about this issue. Chime in.

Update, 8/19: The authors of the L.A. Times report will be live chatting at 2 p.m. ET today, on the L.A. Times' website.

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