Grading the Teachers

California Lawyer Magazine

Using student test scores as part of the teacher evaluation process has become a hot button issue.  The 1971 Stull Act, which has been largely ignored, requires that teachers and other school employees in California be evaluated by objective criteria, including student progress.  Recent court decisions are forcing school districts into compliance.



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