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The Measures of Effective Teaching project has helped pinpoint what effective teaching looks like in practice.
The goal of the MET project was to identify great teaching and empower teachers to help students succeed. The project's findings will help address a critical and widespread need for information felt by teachers and school districts across the country.
- The MET project was a collaboration between 3,000 teachers in six school districts around the country and dozens of education researchers. To learn all the basics about the MET project, check out the following resources:
- The MET project tested five different measures of teaching effectiveness. Learn more about them here.
- The project engaged a diverse group of best-in-class education experts and researchers. Learn more about our research partners.
“By identifying what methods work well in a classroom, we have the potential to improve outcomes for many more of our students.”
- Joel I. Klein,
New York City Department of Education