Students eager to earn cash for grades, behavior

A pilot program at 15 Washington, D.C., schools that pays middle-schoolers cash for good grades, good behavior and being on time is inspiring some students to improve on their areas of weakness. Students can earn up to $1,500 per academic school year as part of the $2.7 million program.

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