Designing stakeholders evaluation policies, Strategic Management

1. What stakeholders would you have in the designing of the teacher evaluation policies?

2. What would be inclusive in a teacher evaluation process? (be very specific)

3. When and by whom should an evaluation be conducted?

4. How would you deal with incompetent teachers?

5. What is your view of incorporating a standardized test within the evaluation process?

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