Merit pay for teachers: Why Florida didn’t win the Race to the Top | The Economist

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“If people want to go into professions where most pay is based on commissions and bonuses, they’ll go into the ones where the rewards can be large, like real estate sales or finance. We’re not going to improve America’s schools by first turning teaching into a factory job, and then paying the workers on a piecework basis.”

Merit pay for teachers: Why Florida didn’t win the Race to the Top | The Economist.

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