Indiana school districts vary widely in their evaluation practices. Yet, for the past three years almost all Indiana educators have been rated effective.
Since the terrorist attacks in Paris, more than half of the states have blocked state agencies from distributing funds to resettle refugees from Syria.
State Board members say Indiana’s teacher evaluation law needs an overhaul after data released this week shows the most educators were above average.
The vast majority of Indiana educators received 'effective' or 'highly effective' ratings during the first year of state-mandated teacher evaluations.
State law sets basic requirements that all evaluation models must follow.