Lectures – 2008 National Conference Legal and Political Dynamics of Pay for Performance
P. Teske, J. Ryan, D. Goldhaber, J. Hannaway
Legal and Political Dynamics of Pay for Performance
This video shows a panel on the legal and political dynamics of teacher compensation reform in American education. Paul Teske, a professor of public affairs at the University of Colorado – Denver first summarizes major findings and policy implications identified by the authors of the three papers commissioned for this panel.
Each author then provides a short commentary which includes remarks by:
- Professor James E. Ryan, the William L. Matheson & Robert M. Morgenthau Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law, on the legal dimensions of performance incentive policies in education;
- Professor Dan Goldhaber, a research professor at the University of Washington, on the politics of teacher compensation reform; and
- Dr. Jane Hannaway, director of the Education Policy Center at the Urban Institute, on the interplay between emerging policy focus on teacher performance incentives and the response of teachers’ unions.
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