Students in low-performing schools would earn money for good grades under bill

03/16/2009 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

A Texas lawmaker has proposed legislation that would pay students at struggling schools for earning good grades in math, English, science or social studies. Under the plan, an "A" would be worth $50, a "B" would earn $35 and students would be paid $20 for each "C."

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