Principals across the region, , think using test scores to evaluate teachers is not the best idea.
They've recently signed a letter criticizing the latest state initiative to use test results as a criteria for evaluating teachers.
Do you think test scores are any indication of a teacher's ability to teach?
Do you remember anything from your SAT's? Your Regents?
Do test scores really matter at all in the bigger scheme of things?
Can a teacher -- even a bad one -- be held accountable for a student who doesn't do the work?