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Document Number: 7477

The Use of Diversified Compensation Systems to Address Equitable Teacher Distribution PDF - Changing the way teachers are paid to include outcomes, such as student performance, or incentives for teaching in at-risk schools is gaining support in districts and states across the country. The process is challenging, however, and policymakers need to be aware of the various issues involved. With the generous support of the Joyce Foundation, ECS has created a series of four issue papers covering various aspects of diversified compensation systems. This fourth paper in the series reviews the use of diversified compensation systems as a means to encourage quality teachers to teach in at-risk schools by highlighting promising efforts and practices and areas that are not addressed in these systems. (Anne Martin, Education Commission of the States, June 2007)...
Author: Anne Martin
Publication: Issue Paper
Publisher: Education Commission of the States


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