Most New Yorkers Say Exam Results Should be Used to Rate Teachers: Poll

By Carl Campanile
New York Post

“Two-thirds of New Yorkers say student results on Common Core exams should be used to rate teachers, according to a poll released Monday.

Of the 67 percent of voters who support linking test results to teacher evaluations, 39 percent said the results should count for 25 percent of an educator’s score, 19 percent it should cover half the grade and 9 percent said it should count more than 50 percent, the Sienna College Poll found.”

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