Incentive Pay and the Promotion of Teaching Proficiencies.

@inproceedings{Sharpes1987IncentivePA,
  title={Incentive Pay and the Promotion of Teaching Proficiencies.},
  author={Donald K. Sharpes},
  year={1987}
}
over the past twenty-five years, including the Nation at Risk report, schools have systematically resisted the effort to improve the quality of teaching through realistic incentive systems. John Goodlad reports in A Place Called School (1983) that although only 2 to 4 percent of elementary and secondary teachers selected in his study chose teaching for economic reasons, 18 to 25 percent left teaching for economic reasons. Opportunities to remain in education and receive higher salaries, except… CONTINUE READING

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