Teacher Incentives Fall Short in Chicago Study
"An Evaluation of the Chicago Teacher Advancement Program After Four Years"
The Chicago Teacher Advancement Program increased mentoring and improved teacher-retention rates in some participating schools compared with similar, nonparticipating schools—but didn't appear to raise student achievement, according to a study released last week...
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