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Reading, Writing and Reform (Teacher Evaluations) #974996

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 21, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Series report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The controversy over the "Los Angeles Times" report that released data on the rating of Los Angeles school teachers examined; scenes shown of a teacher rally; details given about the grading process ranking teachers by student test scores. [L.A. teacher Connie ORDWAY†- asks when we became the bad guys.] [University of Virginia professor Daniel WILLINGHAM†- says only English and math are rated.] [Secretary of Education Arne DUNCAN†- comments on evaluation.] The new Education Department model for teacher evaluation outlined on screen. [Mother Claudia TREVISAN††- looks at teacher evaluations.]

Couric, Katie;
Tracy, Ben

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