Colo. District Boots Traditional Salary Schedule
Educators will be judged on instructional practice and student achievement.
The much-lauded ProComp system in Denver is unquestionably Colorado’s most famous contribution to the intensifying dialogue about performance-based compensation, but it now has competition from a district just 60 miles to the south: Harrison School District Two.
Located at the southern end of Colorado Springs, the 11,000-student district this fall will be among the first in the nation to replace the traditional salary schedule with a pay system based entirely on observations of teacher practice and student-achievement results.
The “Effectiveness and Results” pay plan is the capstone of an aggressive effort by Superintendent Mike Miles...
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