|From the Reporter|
|The Big Picture|
|School leaders in cities across the country have been pushing to revolutionize how teachers are evaluated, based at least in part on test-score data that isolates student progress. |
|What’s Happening Here|
|The San Diego Unified School District, however, isn’t interested in this revolution.|
|What It Means|
|The cursory evaluation system in place at San Diego Unified was the norm across the United States until fairly recently. But as education reformers have begun to realize that a half-century of their efforts has done little or nothing to push up student achievement, attention is now focusing on the sticky topic of teacher evaluation.