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The Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) Project was launched in 2009 to investigate how teacher evaluation methods can best be used to inform teachers about the skills that make them most effective and help districts identify great teaching. This project brought together 3,000 teacher volunteers in six different school districts with dozens of university and education organization experts and researchers.

Applicants to the Measures of Effective Teaching Early Career Grants Program should go to the Measures of Effective Teaching Longitudinal Database

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2014
Chandler, Curtis S. The Influence of School Factors on Teacher Efficacy in Student Engagement. Dissertation, Kansas State University.
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