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Few NY Parents Seeking Teacher Evaluation Scores

After battles in New York over who should have access to results of state-mandated teacher evaluations, the group given the right to see them — parents — appears to be showing little interest. Associated Press queries to districts around the state revealed that few, if any, parents have asked for their child’s teacher’s rating since New York began requiring teachers to be classified every year as “highly effective,” “effective,” “developing” or “ineffective.”