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Group finds teachers at L.A.'s lowest-performing schools don't often get evaluated — and when they do, almost all do well

When a local advocacy group set out to see how closely teachers’ work was scrutinized in some of Los Angeles’ lowest-performing public schools, what they found alarmed them: Most of the teachers are not regularly evaluated and nearly all who are receive good ratings.

Parent Revolution’s analysis,…


Source: Los Angeles Times

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