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The Truth About Performance Pay for Teachers

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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.

Read more here.

This article was originally published in AOL Opinion.

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