Massachusetts governor: Merit pay key to shrinking achievement gap

10/5/2005 | NYTimes.com

Critics call Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's proposed merit-pay plan for teachers a politically motivated gambit that will be divisive and exclusionary. Romney contends his proposal, built around bonuses for teachers who teach Advanced Placement classes, instruct in math and science or greatly improve student scores, will help close the achievement gap.

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