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Using Open Innovation to Reform Teacher Evaluation Systems
October 26, 2009
Hope Street Group hosted “Policy 2.0: Using Open Innovation to Reform Teacher Evaluation Systems.” This event highlighted how we used our collaborative beta platform, Policy 2.0, to bring together online policy teams and created a different pathway to policy development for teacher evaluation systems.
Hope Street Group is one of the first organizations to take this innovative approach of leveraging technology to enhance civic participation in the policy development arena. Policy 2.0 allows for diverse groups of professionals to convene and participate in creating policy solutions based on evidence and best practices that have the potential to impact legislation and beyond.
Deborah Gist, Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education of Rhode Island
William Hite, Superintendent of Prince George’s County of Public Schools
Jennifer Mulhern, Policy Partner and Co-Author of The Widget Effect of The New Teacher Project
Rob Weil, Deputy Director of Educational Issues, American Federation of Teachers
Moderated by Andy Rotherham, Co-Founder and Publisher of Education Sector