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L.A. Teacher-Evaluations Complaint Dismissed

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Los Angeles public schools can proceed with a new teacher-evaluation system—including using students standardized-test scores as one measure of teacher effectiveness—after state officials rejected a union effort to block the plan. United Teachers Los Angeles had filed a complaint with the Public Employment Relations Board, which dismissed the complaint last month.

Vol. 30, Issue 33, Page 5

Published in Print: June 8, 2011, as L.A. Teacher-Evaluations Complaint Dismissed
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