Florida lawmakers consider tweaking merit-pay plan

Numerous complaints from teachers and administrators have prompted the Florida House to consider refining the governor's merit-pay plan for teachers. The House Education Appropriations Committee has allocated an additional $155 million so that performance pay could be given to more than just the top 10% of teachers, as the current plan allows.

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