Teacher Pay

Provocative new paper on teacher pay – how to pay more without dramatically increasing spending.

One Response to “Teacher Pay”

  1. PhillipMarlowe Says:

    Even better, Cami Anderson has discovered how to save more with merit pay:

    20% were rated below effective, which means (.2*3200) 640 teachers did not increase in step. Using the average step increment on the Universal guide 13-14, ($2652) this means they saved approximately $1,697,280. If the bonuses cost them 1.4 million then they are still $300,000 ahead of the game without spending any of the FaceBook money!

    But then there is this:

    The percentage of teachers out of the merit pay pool who are Highly Effective is higher than the percentage of teachers in the merit pay pool who are Highly Effective.

    http://jerseyjazzman.blogspot.com/2013/09/what-newark-merit-pay-experiment-is.html

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