Law of Teacher Evaluation

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Lawrence F. Rossow and Laurel Logan-Fain (2013) (3rd ed.)

Paperback, 87 pages

Monograph #86

ISBN-10: 1-56534-156-2

ISBN-13: 978-1-56534-156-2

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This monograph is the definitive legal treatise, covering all legal aspects of the evaluation of teachers: what can legally be evaluated, how the evaluation can become the evidence for a termination, and how to either avoid or win lawsuits involving alleged wrongful teacher dismissals. This book will benefit practicing school administrators, supervisors of instruction, and all teacher evaluators. In addition, the work will be invaluable to attorneys, supervisors, professors of education or law, and college students.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction and Basic Concepts.
Chapter 2: Content of the Evaluation: What May Be Evaluated?
Chapter 3: The Role of Evaluation in the Termination Process
Chapter 4: Procedural Aspects of an Evaluation
Chapter 5: The Use of Teacher and Student Tests in an Evaluation
Chapter 6: Teacher Evaluation and Defamation
Chapter 7: The Use of Electronic and Social Media