The House Education Committee adjourned abruptly Thursday, leaving in limbo a bill that would offer bonus pay to effective teachers willing to work with low-income students.
HB212 would pay a bonus of $5,000 ccc with annual increases up to $10,000 ccc when one of the state's top-performing 5 percent of teachers works at one of the 92 most economically-challenged schools.
Teacher performance would be based on their median growth percentile, or MGP, a measurement of how much improvemen
RelSci News & Alerts gets you:
- 10 free articles a month from top subscription outlets like the Financial Times, New York Times, and Washington Post
- Competitive business intelligence through daily data updates
- Custom feeds on target high-value individuals, companies, industries, and topics delivered straight to your inbox