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Two Great New Reports Look at Teacher Effectiveness

By Sara Mead — November 14, 2012 1 min read

Two new reports tackle critical--and often overlooked--components of improving teacher effectiveness:

Patrick McGuinn has a new paper out for the Center for American Progress looking at states’ implementation of teacher evaluation legislation and policies.

New Leaders has a new report on how great principals build teams of great teachers in their schools, by developing teachers, managing talent effectively, and creating good working conditions for teachers.

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