Performance pay for teachers wins 1st-round approval in Nebraska

A proposal that promotes performance-pay systems for Nebraska's teachers won first-round approval in the state legislature Monday. The bill would require at least 75% of districts to adopt performance-based pay plans for teachers by 2015 to trigger the distribution of an estimated $10 million. The money would come from revenue the state earns from leases for solar and wind energy.

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