Edward Haertel

Professor of Education, Stanford Universityi

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Professor of Education at Stanford University and an expert on educational testing and assessment

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So-called "value-added analysis" is being used all over the country as a measurement of public school-teacher performance.  It is strongly promoted by President Obama's  Race to the…

Value-Added Teacher Evaluations and the Race to the Top

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