How do you rate a teacher?

How do you rate a teacher?

The 6 Best Sites to Rate and Review Teachers and Professors

  1. Rate My Professors. Rate My Professors boasts more than 19 million ratings of over 1.7 million professors from college students like you.
  2. Rate My Teachers. RateMyTeachers is another popular review site.
  3. Uloop.
  4. Schools View.
  5. Student Reviews.
  6. Rate Your Lecturer.

Do people still use Rate My prof?

Rate My Professors, an open anonymous platform for students to rate their school and teachers by quality points, has remained the norm for universities. Despite its ongoing popularity, the website’s anonymous users and obscure quality scoring system makes students question its reliability.

What Statistics does this page include for Victorian schools?

This page includes statistical data and data cubes for Victorian schools​. The summary statistics are revised in April and July each year. The Summary statistics snapshot provides a quick overview of key statistics such as numbers of students, teachers and schools.

What is rate my professors?

With over 1.3 million professors, 7,000 schools & 15 million ratings, Rate My Professors is the best professor ratings source based on student feedback. Find & rate your professors or school! #LeaveYourMark

Is there a teacher supply and demand shortage in Victorian schools?

Matching supply and demand: current and projected teacher shortages or surpluses. Annual data on expulsions in Victorian government schools for 2018, 2019 and 2020 is now available. The reports below provide a comprehensive analysis of data for 2018, 2019 and 2020. Incidents of expulsions​ in 2017

How many students have been expelled from Victorian schools in 2017?

Primary school students 23 Secondary school students 258 Ungraded 4 Total 285 ATSI students 18 Non-ATSI students 267 Total 285​ This data represents incidents of expulsion in Victorian government schools between 1 January and 31 December 2017.