Inherently Unstable

That’s how TEA’s top lobbyist described the state’s teacher evaluation system that is based on so-called “value-added” modeling. The remarks were made during testimony before the House Education Committee. Here’s more from a TEA Facebook post:

TEA's Chief Lobbyist Jim Wrye tells House Education Committee: "TVAAS is inherently unstable even under the best…

Posted by Tennessee Education Association on Thursday, September 24, 2020

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