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See Teacher Evaluation Scores on Capitol Hill, Near Northeast

by Andrea Swalec — February 26, 2015 at 3:50 pm 0

Miner Elementary School (Photo via DCPS)The latest evaluations of D.C. teachers are out, and most instructors in Ward 6 received good scores.

D.C. Public Schools released 2012-2013 data from its IMPACT system, which rates teachers based on in-classroom observations, student achievement, professionalism and the extent to which they collaborate with their colleagues.

Here’s how Ward 6 teachers ranked:

Highly Effective: 33 percent
Effective: 42 percent
Developing: 18 percent
Minimally Effective: 5 percent
Ineffective: 2 percent

Here’s how teachers at a handful of local schools ranked:

Brent Elementary School: 92 percent Effective or Highly Effective; 0 percent Minimally Effective or Ineffective
Eastern High School: 82 percent Effective or Highly Effective; 5 percent Minimally Effective or Ineffective
Miner Elementary School: 73 percent Effective or Highly Effective; 7 percent Minimally Effective or Ineffective
Stuart-Hobson Middle School: 72 percent Effective or Highly Effective; 8 percent Minimally Effective or Ineffective
Tyler Elementary School: 73 percent Effective or Highly Effective; 12 percent Minimally Effective or Ineffective

Full school-by-school data can be viewed in a chart created by The Washington Post.

DCPS awards bonuses of as much as $20,000 to highly effective teachers, with differences according to whether schools are located in high-poverty or low-poverty areas.

Photo via DCPS

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