The author critically examines “The Evaluation of Teaching Performance” (Journal of Educational Administration. VII 2. October, 1969) by T. J. Moore and W. D. Neale. An examination of the assumptions underlying the selection of certain criteria is made. The author challenges the interpretation of the data alleging a bias within the framework of the Victorian Education Department's inspectorial survey. Moore and Neale's conclusion that their survey showed that little stress is placed by inspectors upon product criteria in teacher assessment is also examined.
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