December 1, 2015:
CEEP Issue Brief Examines Faculty Perceptions of Indiana Teacher Evaluation Changes
University faculty members who train future school leaders in Indiana have changed what and how they teach in response to revisions in state teacher evaluation law that were adopted four years ago, according to a CEEP issue brief released today.
However, communication about the curriculum changes has been inconsistent, and faculty remain concerned that school principals won’t have the time needed to effectively perform the more detailed teacher evaluations required by the law, the report says.
The issue brief, “University Faculty Perceptions of Teacher Evaluation Law in Indiana,” was produced by CEEP and authored by CEEP research associates Colleen E. Chesnut and Molly S. Stewart and graduate student Anna Sera.
Read the full Indiana University media release here.