Study on Classroom Quality Rating Systems
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The paper relates that in the published study, the authors endeavor to analyze the impact of quality ratings systems (QRS) upon the attitudes and practices of the teachers undergoing the process. The paper explains that such evaluations serve multiple purposes, not the least of which may involve program accreditation and licensing requirements. The paper discusses how the authors of the study under review note that two issues still remained to be considered. The first issue they identified is, how teachers who are to be evaluated can prepare for the visit? The second issue they identified, and corollary to the first, is what is their overall judgment of the process? It is these two questions that the present study is designed to explore.
From the Paper:"In the published study "Classroom quality rating systems: How do teachers prepare and what do they think about the process?" (Scott-Young, C., et al. 2008) the authors endeavor to analyze the impact of quality ratings systems (QRS) upon the attitudes and practices of the teachers undergoing the process. Quality rating systems involve the evaluation of prekindergarten and kindergarten programs and, according to the study's authors, is currently implemented in fourteen states, although there are many more on the verge of implementing the system (Scott-Young, C., et al.)"
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