Principals across the region, including , think using test scores to evaluate teachers is a bad idea.
They've criticized the latest state initiative to use test results as a criteria for evaluating teachers.
Do you think test scores are any indication of a teacher's ability to teach?
Do you remember anything from your SAT's? Your Regents?
Do test scores really matter at all in the bigger scheme of things?
And how in the world can a teacher -- even a bad one -- be held accountable for a student who doesn't do the work?
What do tests have to do with the ability of a teacher to teach?