Disappointing results for North Carolina's incentive pay program

06/21/2004 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Last year, about 1,400 math, science and special education teachers in North Carolina received bonuses of up to $1,800 to teach in struggling schools. As the legislature considers eliminating the program, state teachers union president Carolyn McKinney argues that cutting class size and providing more administrative support would be more effective recruitment tools.

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