Little evidence to support financial incentives for math, science teachers

Financial incentives are a popular way for schools to try and fill shortages of math and science teachers, but experts on financial incentives say there is not much evidence these programs are working. The scattered nature of federal, state and local incentives limit awareness of such programs, some say, and the incentives offered also may not be enough to overcome teacher concerns about low salaries and poor working conditions.

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