NBCTs improve learning, could be paid more in North Carolina district

01/8/2010 | WFAE-FM (Charlotte, N.C.)

National Board Certification could be the major credential needed for teachers to earn better pay in North Carolina's Charlotte-Mecklenburg district, said schools Superintendent Peter Gorman. He says research from the district shows that students perform better when taught by National Board Certified Teachers. Under a possible performance-pay model, NBCTs would be paid more, and seniority or masters degrees would no longer factor into salary.

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