RANDA's Teacher Evaluation System Off...

RANDA's Teacher Evaluation System Offered Internationally

There are 1 comment on the PRWeb story from Oct 7, 2011, titled RANDA's Teacher Evaluation System Offered Internationally. In it, PRWeb reports that:

TOWER Solves International Teacher Observations Needs Nashville, TN October 07, 2011 While RANDA Solutions' TOWER System and TOWER Mobile is becoming widely embraced throughout the U.S., foreign interest in the teacher evaluation solution is rapidly increasing.

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Keely Thomas-Moore

Salt Lake City, UT

#1 Feb 7, 2012
This is great news! Teacher evaluations ( http://www.observe4success.com ) are so important in helping improve student learning. They not only hold teachers responsible for how they run their classrooms, but it shows them what they are doing well and also what they can work to improve. It's hard to know how to be better, sometimes, without an outside source looking in. All students - no matter their nationality - deserve the best teachers. That's why it's so exciting to see it expanding internationally.

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