Teacher bonuses not linked to better student performance, study finds

The Washington Post
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September 21, 2010
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Nick Anderson
"Offering teachers incentives of up to $15,000 to improve student test scores produced no discernible difference in academic performance, according to a study released Tuesday, a result likely to reshape the debate about merit pay programs sprouting in D.C. schools and many others nationwide. "
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