Thanks to the NY Times the teacher data reports are available through SchoolBook.org
The best response to the Times on its decision to publish was this by Matthew Troy-Regier:
"Where is the journalistic integrity? What other statistic with a 35-53% margin of error be published in the NYTimes? Forget about whether or not these results should be released (which is a huge question that the courts seemed to decide), but putting a number that has a margin of error larger than the possible values is absolutely insane. Let alone reports of teachers being rated for students they don't have. The fact that these imprecise numbers are two years old AT BEST only shows that no good information will come from reading them.