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ERIC Number: ED014449
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Oct
Pages: 24
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Reference Count: 0
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TEACHER EVALUATION--A STATE-BY-STATE ANALYSIS.
MCPHAIL, JAMES H.
STATES THAT HAVE ATTEMPTED TO EVALUATE TEACHERS BY WAYS OTHER THAN DEGREES GAINED AND/OR EXPERIENCE INCLUDE (1) SOUTH CAROLINA WHICH USED THE NATIONAL TEACHER EXAMINATIONS (NTE), (2) NEW YORK--MERIT PROMOTIONAL INCREMENTS, (3) DELAWARE--SALARY INCREASE FOR TEACHERS WITH CERTAIN RATINGS, (4) TENNESSEE--A SALARY DIFFERENTIAL SUPPLEMENT TO SUPERIOR TEACHERS, (5) GEORGIA--NTE SCORES FOR 6TH AND 7TH YEAR CERTIFICATES, (6) NORTH CAROLINA--A SERIES OF EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAMS, (7) FLORIDA--CAREER INCREMENT COMPETENCE AWARDS AND NTE SCORES, AND (8) UTAH--TWENTY DOLLARS FOR EACH DISTRIBUTION UNIT TO BE APPLIED FOR SALARY DIFFERENTIAL. AT THE PRESENT TIME, THE PROGRAMS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, TENNESSEE, GEORGIA, AND UTAH ARE STILL IN OPERATION, WHILE THE OTHERS HAVE BEEN DISCONTINUED, USUALLY BECAUSE THEY PROVED TO BE UNWORKABLE. THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN THE SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, OCT. 1967, 1, NO. 4, P.333-356. (AW)
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Identifiers: Graduate Record Examinations; National Teacher Examinations