NBCT: Why incentive programs do not work

12/5/2011 | Teacher Leaders Network

Incentive programs unlikely are to work in education, says National Board Certified Teacher Bill Ferriter, in part because they create an environment in which only a single variable likely is to be considered. He cites experts who agree with his conclusion and writes that focusing largely on two variables -- students' achievement in math and reading -- is ill-advised.

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