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S. Paul Reville

Bring teachers to the table

By S. Paul Reville
January 3, 2006

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WHEN MASSACHUSETTS adopted the Education Reform Act of 1993, the state committed to creating a rigorous system of standards, assessments, and accountability. The accountability function was intended to identify performance problems, provide assistance, and ultimately sanction poor performance if it could be remedied with help. The state is now considering what the ''help" should be. Which approaches to turning around ... (Full article: 721 words)

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