Hi Joe, I’m definitely not saying that it is an either/or proposition.
David Ng
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To be honest, I think the differences you’re talking about is exactly the point of the argument. The traditional school evaluation model operates under the premises you state. The argument is that the model should fundamentally change it’s premises (in that sense it is either/or).

Also let’s not equivocate between the evaluation model and the evaluator. Evaluators operate according to the model. If the model is designed differently, than what the evaluators do becomes different.

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