Even if there were an offering for objective investigation techniques, it might not be chosen because of reluctance to take precious time away from the day-to-day demands of leading schools.
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Come together and build a new design to offer an alternative rather than waste creative energy trying to find new ways to tear down the existing schools and the professionals who work in them.
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April 07, 2015
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Is the purpose of the evaluation to measure a place on a continuum of professional achievement OR to identify strengths and areas for improvement that result in more successful learning for students?