Behind the Headline: City Ends Teacher Performance Bonuses

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City Ends Teacher Performance Bonuses
New York Daily News | 07/18/11

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Does Whole-School Performance Pay Improve Student Learning
Education Next | Spring 2011

New York City has officially ended a three-year, $56 million program that awarded bonuses to teachers based on schoolwide performance. The program had been suspended earlier this year.  A study analyzing the impact of the first two years of the program, which found very little impact on student reading or math achievement was published by Ed Next in February.

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