U.S. House bill to aid pay-for-performance

04/2/2007 | Washington Times, The

A bipartisan House bill aims to provide $199 million to develop performance-based pay for teachers and principals who boost student achievement levels and close achievement gaps. The legislation would establish in law the Teacher Incentive Fund, which was created in fiscal 2006 with $99 million in funding but was cut to almost nothing in 2007.

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