Study: Teachers ready for merit pay

Teachers are ready for meaningful performance incentives, according to a new Center for Teaching Quality study conducted by a panel of 18 master teachers. Citing a teacher-approved Minneapolis plan, the panel has proposed a base-pay system with novice, professional and expert tiers that would be supplemented by rewards to teachers who help students improve and who teach in high-needs, low-performing schools.

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