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Doctor of Education (EdD)
In this study, the researcher explored the views and opinions held by teachers and administrators toward a teacher evaluation system. The purpose was to learn how educators’ opinions and views might impact how school leaders administer the evaluation system and how teachers receive it. Knowledge gained from this study may provide understanding for district and school-level leaders as they develop training and implementation strategies. Teachers and administrators were interviewed, and district-provided documents were reviewed, to gather data that was analyzed using qualitative research methods. Based on the data analysis, recommendations are made regarding implementation strategies that may improve the evaluation process.
Nielsen, Bryon, "An Investigation of Educators' Perceptions of the Influence of a Teacher Evaluation System on Student Learning" (2018). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 7327.
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