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Infographic: How Do Teachers Think We Should Measure Student Achievement?

by Kiss Me I'm Polish

September 30, 2010
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From standardized tests to graded homework, there are any number of ways to try to judge how students are performing academically. For teachers, who are often judged on their students' academic achievements, finding the best measurement is of especially great importance. These are teachers' responses to being asked which form of student evaluation they find most helpful.

SOURCE: Primary Sources: America's Teachers on America's Schools

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Infographic: How Do Teachers Think We Should Measure Student Achievement?