Poll: Americans in Favor of Teacher Merit Pay
More than 70 percent of Americans believe that teachers should be paid based on the merits of their work rather than on a standard-scale basis according to a recent survey conducted by Phi Delta Kappa and Gallup.
The annual PDK/Gallup Poll surveyed more than 1,000 Americans77 percent of them over the age of 40about their thoughts on public school education. While the poll shows declining support for President Obama’s education agenda, it highlights a strong public interest...
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