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I want to bring attention to a revision I made on the previous post about the 44 teachers “misclassified” in DC. I want to be clear that while only 44 teachers were officially acknowledged as having received incorrect teacher evaluation scores, this number is unquestionably much higher than that given these formulas are always “subject to error”… and actually subject to gross errors, always, across the board. Regardless of what the official reports might reveal, it should be duly noted that it was not just these 44 who were “misclassified” due to this “minor glitch.”

Thanks to Bruce Baker, Professor at Rutgers and author of School Finance 101, for the collegial reminder to clarify this point.

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