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MS in Special Education
Merit-based pay provides teachers with monetary bonuses for reaching identified student achievement goals. Performance-based pay provides other types of bonuses to teachers for reaching similar student achievements. This paper will discuss both the positive and negative outcomes for providing these incentives to teachers. School districts in several states have implemented various aspects of merit and performance-based pay with varying results.
Bramble, Nathan A., "Merit and Performance-Based Pay" (2009). Education Masters. Paper 64.
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