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Oaxaca Teachers Will Benefit From High Scores in Assessment

31 Oaxaca teachers managed to score 'outstanding' results

APLICAN EVALUACIÓN A CASI DOS MIL MAESTROS EN GUERRERO
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2 years ago

María Mercedes Rodríguez Mayoral, evaluation director of the Oaxaca Public Education State Institute (IEEPO), said that teachers who obtained high scores in the teacher’s assessment of November 2015 will have access to various benefits.

51203116. Guerrero, 3 Nov 2018 (Notimex- Adriana Cobarrubias).- En Guerrero la evaluación a maestros de educación básica y medio continúa. NOTIMEX/FOTO/ADRIANA CORBARRUBIAS/STAFF NTX/EDU/

Teachers who obtained high scores on the assessment will receive benefits. Photo: Notimex/Adriana Cobarrubias.

In a statement, the state government said that 1,134 teachers will have benefits such as salary and teaching hours increases and access to certified evaluators and tutors programs.

31 Oaxaca teachers managed to score “outstanding” results, with two of them being among the best in the country, according to data provided to the IEEPO.

51203118. Guerrero, 3 Nov 2018 (Notimex- Adriana Cobarrubias).- En Guerrero la evaluación a maestros de educación básica y medio continúa. NOTIMEX/FOTO/ADRIANA CORBARRUBIAS/STAFF NTX/EDU/

Oaxaca had one of the lowest national rates of teachers with “insufficient” grades. Photo: Notimex/Adriana Cobarrubias.

Only 3 out of 10 teachers scored “insufficient” in the assessment, and will be required to enter regularization courses for a year, said Rodríguez Mayoral.

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