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For three years, New York City evaluated its public school teachers with “value-added” ratings system. These ratings were kept private from general public until now. After much anticipation and controversy, the city released the individual ratings of about 18,000 teachers to the public, and response has been mixed. Jackie Mader reports in a School Stories collaboration with Uptown Radio.