Survey Says 70% of Mexicans Believe in Mandatory Teacher Evaluations
Murry Page - The Mazatlan Messenger
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July 28, 2015

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According to a survey conducted by the center for Social Studies and Public Opinion of the Chamber of Deputies, 70 percent of Mexicans believe that the evaluation of teachers is beneficial to students and parents.

The survey also revealed that 57 percent of those interviewed believe that the Secretary of Public Education (SEP) has shown little or no capacity to implement education reform.

Sixty percent of respondents believe that teacher evaluation will improve the performance of teachers and how they prepare for their classes. Eighty percent disagreed with the government’s decision to suspend the teachers’ evaluation and 90 percent of Mexicans believe that tests to evaluate the performance of students are good.

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Related: Nearly Half Fail Teacher Evaluations (Mexico News Daily)

Related: 82% of IEEPO’s Resources Goes to Pay Teachers’ Salaries and Bonuses (The Mazatlan Messenger)

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