Merit Pay and Better Teaching
by S. Vincent Wilking - 1962
Teaching salaries have risen precipitously. All teachers at a given level of service years inappropriately receive the same pay. The incompetent can't be discharged. Teachers are in short supply, and the best who are leaving the teaching profession in alarming proportions, must be retained. At the same time, the cost of education must not rise too far. The answer? Merit pay.
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