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Peer Review and Teacher Leadership: Linking Professionalism and Accountability

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This book examines a policy that is one of the most powerful levers to improve teaching quality and advance teaching as a profession. Jennifer Goldstein presents the story of Rosemont, an urban district in California that created professional accountability with peer assistance and review (PAR), an alternative approach to teacher evaluation in which expert teachers ...more
Paperback, 226 pages
Published March 21st 2010 by Teacher College Press (first published February 23rd 2010)
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David Orphal
Mar 05, 2012 David Orphal rated it really liked it
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Great information about the Peer Assistance and Review (PAR) program. PAR is a way for teachers' unions to gain come control over who becomes a teachers, AND a way for districts to hold unions accountable for on-going teacher quality. Instead of fighting one another, districts and teacher unions work together to define quality teaching and determining the continued employment of new and struggling teachers.

This books is DRY. It reads like a report. Lots of good information, but I struggled to ge
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