Teacher Evaluation Reform Gains Traction In Wisconsin

09/19/2011 12:19 pm ET | Updated Nov 19, 2011

MOSINEE -- Last year, Mosinee Middle School social studies teacher Paul Nievinski chose a new evaluation process his school district offered for experienced teachers.

Instead of having his principal sit in his class for several hours during the school year, Nievinski created a professional development plan by evaluating his own performance, setting specific goals for himself and then following up with administrators.

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