If education moves away from granting pay increases for holding a master's degree, what will take its place?
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December 06, 2010
November 17, 2010
Baltimore teachers approved a contract that emphasizes teacher performance as a factor in earning raises.
November 15, 2010
The District of Columbia's best teachers aren't equitably distributed across the city's wealthier and poorer neighborhoods.
November 09, 2010
A study finds an achievement edge in schools using the Teacher Advancement Program school-reform model, when compared to synthetically generated counterparts with similar characteristics.
October 26, 2010
A second tentative contract may soon be released by the Baltimore district and its teachers' union.
October 15, 2010
Baltimore teachers said thanks, but no thanks, to a new contract that would have based their pay on student outcomes and professional development, instead of seniority and degrees.
September 23, 2010
The U.S. Education Department announces 62 winners of its Teacher Incentive Fund grants.
September 22, 2010
A rigorous experimental study of an incentive-pay program for teachers finds no effects on student achievement, an indication that teachers didn't change their practice in such a way as to cause student scores to rise. The study was explicitly designed to answer the question of whether monetary in...
September 10, 2010
Leaders in the District of Columbia today announced details of the performance-based-pay program enshrined in its recently inked contract. Under the system, deemed "IMPACTplus,"—a reference to the IMPACT teacher-evaluation system upon which the pay decisions will be made—teachers deemed ...
June 30, 2010
Politics K-12 has the potentially explosive news that House Democrats want to rescind money from several of the Obama administration's key reform programs, including the federal Teacher Incentive Fund, in order to help finance $10 billion to preserve education jobs. TIF supports local performance-ba...