(AP) — SEATTLE—Once-a-year evaluations aren’t enough to help teachers improve, says a report by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

And school districts using infrequent classroom observations to decide who are their best — and their worst — teachers could be making some big mistakes, according to the second part of a multi-year study from the foundation.

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