Angel Barrett

Plummer Elementary School

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Principal of Plummer Elementary School in North Hills, California, part of the Los Angeles Unified School District, she was named California's National Distinguished Principal in 2009

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Evaluations of teachers based on student test scores have been made public in  New York  and  Los Angeles . Will that make public schools better or worse?

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Two years ago,  teacher evaluations  were made public after the Los Angeles Times filed a Freedom of Information request.  Last year in New York, education officials asked reporters to…

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