A study finds that, when given the chance, teachers tend to design performance-pay programs that offer modest bonuses and spread them thinly.
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August 06, 2009
A blogger highlights a study that finds that students who are very religious tend to major in education and become more religious over time.
June 29, 2009
A report posted this morning by the Consortium on Chicago School Research suggests that more than half of Chicago's teachers switch schools or leave the profession after four years on the job.
June 16, 2009
The Council of Chief State School Officers sifts through more than 400 studies on professional development to identify some common ingredients for success.
June 05, 2009
In a new book, Eric A. Hanushek and Alfred A. Lindseth outline their ideas for school finance systems that are entirely performance-based.
June 01, 2009
A new analysis of New York City teachers points out that even experienced teachers can be novices the first time they teach a new subject or a new grade level.
April 14, 2009
A new study finds that the odds of teachers in charter schools leaving their jobs is 230 percent greater than teachers at traditional public schools in their states.