Yes. Performance-based incentive pay rewards teachers who excel at getting students to learn, entices high-quality teachers to work in low-income districts, and encourages all teachers and principals to pull harder to narrow the achievement gap.
33% (237 votes)
No. It is unfair to measure teacher quality in this way. Teachers do not choose which students are placed in their classes, and this type of incentive pay increases competition between teachers and intensifies the emphasis on high-stakes testing.
57% (403 votes)
None of the above. (Click on Vote, then click on Comment on the results page to offer another response.)
10% (72 votes)
Total votes: 712