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“In December, the National Education Association, the nation's largest teachers union, released a report calling for a teacher evaluation system that includes self-assessment, peer review, and evidence of student learning.”
“No matter how good a job he thought he had done, he had to acknowledge that the American people disagreed with his self-assessment.”
“It is a very modest self-assessment by an artist who, in truth, creates paintings that radiate a constant joy of discovery.”
“To assist readers in assessing their own tendencies, The One Minute Negotiator includes a 20-Question self-assessment scale in its fifth chapter.”
“Nor are reviews of quality predominantly based on the care home's own self-assessment.”
“In their modern forms, the noble Western traditions of self-assessment and self-criticism have often degraded into sentimental self-flagellation.”
“Your score on the self-assessment exercise will help you determine how substantial your abuse has been, but in your heart, you probably already know the answer.”
“Yet, a modicum of concerted effort can turn around their youthful, untested self-assessment about STEM learning.”
“In protests timed to coincide with the deadline for self-assessment tax returns on 30 January, the UK Uncut website said that it will set up hospitals within Boots's stores to show what the NHS could have done with money it claims the company saved by relocating its headquarters to Switzerland.”
“More than nine million people will fill in self-assessment forms this year, and two out of every three do so online.”
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