Instructional Leadership in Action

Are We Evaluating the Right Things in Schools?

by UWCEL on May 10, 2015

Stephen_FinkFor schools across the country, teacher evaluations are now part of the day-to-day work. This new reality brings many new questions. Are we linking the right data variables to teaching effectiveness? What's the future of teacher and principal licensure? How can decision makers best support teacher development and help new teachers see a sustainable and successful career path?

In an interview with Dr. Rod Berger (@drrodberger), CEL Executive Director Stephen Fink discusses these questions and shares his perspectives on the upcoming instructional leadership challenges for teachers, school administrators and district leaders.

Read the full interview on the Down the Hall blog

Topics: Teaching Effectiveness, Teacher Evaluation

About the author: UWCEL

At the Center for Educational Leadership we are dedicated to eliminating the achievement gap that continues to divide our nation’s children along the lines of race, class, language and disability. Our faculty, staff and consultants come from research institutes, state education offices, school and district administration offices and K-12 and college classrooms.

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