Study: Schools' math, science success tied to teacher pay

11/1/2007 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

By paying math and science teachers more, 39 Texas schools have racked up impressive gains in either one or both of those subjects despite working with a large percentage of poor children, according to a Texas Public Policy Foundation report released Wednesday. Most of the schools had class sizes about 10% larger than average and paid their math- and science teachers about $3,000 more annually than their counterparts at other schools.

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