Market-Based Pay Reforms for Teachers

Modern personnel economics emphasizes the importance of strategic, integrated compensation policy in an organization. This paper reviews key features of the compensation system for public school teachers. The rigidities and inefficiencies that arise from single salary schedules and other features of the compensation regime, and their interaction, argue for broad definition of performance-based pay reform. National data on elements of compensation reform in K-12 are reviewed.

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