Some Chicago Public School teachers are getting a new report card, and it's not a pretty picture.
Under a pilot program in 44 elementary schools, teachers were evaluated by how well they connect with students.
Eight percent of teachers got an unsatisfactory rating, defined as doing harm to students.
That compares with .4 percent the year before, when the teachers were evaluated using a more traditional checklist.
The study was conducted by the Consortium on School Research at the University of Chicago.