This study aims to compare teacher performance indicators in Turkey and the United States. The abstract highlights the importance of understanding and evaluating teacher performance in different educational contexts and explores the similarities and differences between the two countries. The study examines various performance indicators, such as teacher qualifications, professional development opportunities, evaluation frameworks, and student achievement outcomes. By analyzing existing data and conducting a comparative analysis, the study provides insights into the strengths and challenges of teacher performance assessment in Turkey and the United States. The findings contribute to the field of education policy and can inform efforts to improve teacher effectiveness and enhance educational outcomes in both countries.
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