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Charts: 18 States & DC Leave Door Open To Shared Ratings

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While opinion seems to be trending against the usefulness of the release of value-added scores to the public lately (or as in the case of Cuomo is most likely being used for bargaining purposes), EdWeek notes that laws in 18 states plus DC currently leave the door open to some sort of release (tan and green), and that a couple (FL and MI) are focused on parental access to teacher rating/eval information. 

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