Pittsburgh may extend incentives to teachers:

11/7/2008 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Top teachers who agree to work at low-performing Pittsburgh schools may be offered financial incentives if an idea proposed by Linda Lane, deputy superintendent for instruction, assessment and accountability, advances. The district is already paying bonuses to principals who improve student performance at disadvantaged schools.

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