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Merit pay for teachers: Should teachers receive merit based pay?

  • Teachers are, like the BOMB.COM

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  • Teachers are, like, the BOMB.COM

    I am a teacher and I support this message *thumbs up* u m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m mm m m m mm m

  • Merit pay encourages better work.

    Merit pay would give an incentive for teaches that may or may not be working under conditions that are the best. Merit pay would encourage teachers to do a better job with students and this would create a better work and school environment. It would also give teachers a chance to earn more money when they otherwise may not be able to.

  • No, teachers should not receive merit based pay. Too much is out of their control.

    No, teachers should not receive merit based pay because too much of a child's education is out of the control of the teachers. Parents absolutely must play a bigger role in a child's education, and if parents fail to play that role, teachers should not be punished financially. Thus to expect a teacher to accept merit based pay is asinine.


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