January 2006 Archives

Does peer review undermine administrative control? Will it create conflict and distrust amongst teachers? Or is it an efficient and beneficial form of evaluation?


The Houston school district has launched a large-scale plan to pay teachers bonuses based on the year-to-year improvement of their own students' test scores. Is performance pay a fair and effective policy?


What are the attributes of effective teachers? How best can strong teaching be fostered on a broad scale? If you were a politician, what sort of teacher-quality measures would you propose?


What sorts of new features would you like to see on our site? What do you like or dislike about the site and its current offerings? How can Teacher's site best serve educators?


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