The Truth About Performance Pay for Teachers
If someone offered you $15,000 if for dramatically boosting your job performance, would you do it?
For teachers, the answer appears to be no, at least according to a recent, and widely reported, study out of Vanderbilt University. But the real answer for teachers might actually be yes, if the bonuses are accompanied by thoughtful training and dedicated support.
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This article was originally published in AOL Opinion.
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