Opinion: Incentives ignore divide between adult, student goals

Paying students with cash and electronics to do well on standardized tests or in class upsets Providence (R.I.) Journal columnist Julia Steiny, a former school board member. She likens the practice to bribery that may yield short-term results but is doomed to fail in the long run because it fails to impart to children the intrinsic value of education.

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