Joel F. Wilson

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Pay for performance and teacher job satisfaction: a mixed-methods study

Joel F. Wilson
Pay for performance and teacher job satisfaction: a mixed-methods study
Proponents of teacher pay for performance suggest that it reflects American values by rewarding student achievement and encouraging hard work. Supporters also say that pay for performance helps to recruit and retain teachers by increasing their compensation. Critics counter that pay for performance erodes teacher collaboration, is difficult to monitor, cannot be reliably linked to student achievement, leads to dishonest reporting of test scores, and is not a long-term solution to low teacher pay.
English
Type: 
Dissertation
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00007108