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Nice Huffington Post piece on some of the issues associated with Value Added Measurement.

As I think about what made my teachers great, and listen to others’ reflections, I notice that for almost all of us, what resonates with us are how those teachers made us feel — more confident, more capable, inspired or loved — and the life lessons and values they taught us.

The one thing I don’t hear people saying is, “I loved Miss Such-and-Such because she helped me get better test scores!” It seems that what matters most to us can’t be easily measured. Go to the original…

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