D.C. public schools has released a study that reviewed the evaluation system it uses for teachers.
The goal of the city-commissioned study was to ensure it was supporting the growth of the city’s teachers.
The consensus? It’s racially-biased in areas.
The equity review of the evaluation system called IMPACT, found that there was a considerable gap between the average final scores of white teachers and Black and Hispanic teachers.
In the 2018 to 2019 school year, white teachers’ average IMPACT final score was 17 points higher than Black teachers, 14 points h
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