"The shortcomings of evaluations were laid out last year in an eye-opening study by a New York research group, the New Teacher Project. Where they can be said to exist at all, evaluations are typically short, pro forma and almost universally positive. Poorly trained evaluators visit the classroom once or twice for observations that last for a total of an hour or less. Nearly every teacher passes and the overwhelming majority of teachers receive top ratings. Yet more than half the teachers surveyed said they knew a tenured teacher who deserved to be dismissed for poor performance."
Leiam o artigo do New York Times; depois, vão ao Câmara Corporativa ler este post; e, para finalizar, rematem com isto. "Isto", infelizmente, é um triste exemplo daquilo que tem sido a luta dos professores.