Chattanooga teacher swaps benefit urban schools

08/29/2003 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Chattanooga, Tenn., city and school leaders collaborated to move 100 of the city's least qualified teachers out of downtown schools and then recruited better qualified teachers from the suburbs through cash bonuses and other incentives. The reshuffling is credited with reducing the number of traditionally hard-to-fill vacancies, building morale and improving student performance on state tests.

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