Educator evaluation and the law: a case study of common statutory problems

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Education
Department Educational Leadership & Policy
Creator Pounder, Diana G.; Sperry, David J.; Drew, Clifford J.
Title Educator evaluation and the law: a case study of common statutory problems
Date 1992
Description Statutorily many states have gone through an evolutionary process regarding educator evaluation. This often results in a disconnected body of laws and amendments that create problems with respect to purposes of evaluation, appropriate standards and methods to be employed, and implementation strategies. The Utah case study presented in the current paper illustrates this phenomenon. As educator evaluation matures, statutorial efforts to look at educator evaluation in a comprehensive manner becomes critical.
Type Text
Publisher Thomson West
First Page 965
Last Page 979
Subject Parsimony; Incompetence, Preformance
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Sperry, D. J., Pounder, D. G., & Drew, C. J. (1992) . Educator evaluation and the law: a case study of common statutory problems. West's Education Law Reporter, 75, 965-79.
Rights Management (c)Thomson West
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s68s5732
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