Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Ohio Governor wants to talk about wacky ideas

Governor Strickland wants put everything on the table for education reform. One of his points was:
"What if we created a value-added system that measured results and compensated teachers for improving student achievement?"
Well...he's more than half way there. The state now provides value-added analysis and will have access to classroom-level data. Four of the state's largest districts are recipients of federal Teacher Incentive Fund grant funds.


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