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I don't think its fair to judge a teacher entirely based on outcomes. Teachers are expected to be teachers, counselors, nurses, psychologists and more. How can we hold a teacher accountable for what the student learns when many students come to school without proper sleep, with language barriers (parents don't speak English), parents don't support what the teachers are doing in school, and in the light of helicopter parents who think their child can do no wrong. Frankly I know a lot of teachers and the vast majority of them are not lazy or careless in their work. They put in many hours of time and energy into providing our children with a good education. Why don't we hold parents accountable as well for their children's learning?

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I personally find Finland to be an example of what schooling should be like. When their economy was a shambles in the 70's, they chose equity in all schools and investing in teachers. Sweden and Norway are rated lower than Finland because they adopted corporate ed models. http://www.pasisahlberg.com/blog/?p=234

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No one is in charge of public schools; accountability may very well be a failed concept because principals, superintendents, State Board of Educations, State Legislatures, and voters all claim some authority in running schools, yet no one claims responsibility. Or worse, can't take responsibility, because one of the other power centers usurps. I throw my hands up in despair.

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