Ohio mandates statewide merit pay for teachers

04/24/2011 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Ohio's new collective-bargaining law effectively eliminates salary schedules and step increases for the state's public-school teachers -- replacing the negotiated raises with a statewide performance-pay system. Ohio is believed to be the first state to adopt a mandatory merit-pay system. State officials say a portion of teachers' evaluations will be based on a test now being developed that will measure students' academic growth over time.

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