Merit Pay For Teachers May Not Have Much MeritChristina Del Valle
When it comes to education reform, some Republicans and Democrats don't disagree much. President Bush and Democratic challengers Paul E. Tsongas and Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton want to inject such free-market notions as competition into the nation's schools. One pet idea all three embrace: "merit pay," a scheme that bases teachers' salaries on classroom performance.
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