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Teacher Compensation in Charter and Private Schools: Snapshots and Lessons for District Public Schools

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Publication Date: February 2007

Publisher(s): Center for American Progress

Author(s): Julie Kowal; Emily Ayscue Hassel; Bryan C. Hassel

Funder(s): Joyce Foundation

Funder(s): Joyce Foundation

Special Collection: The Joyce Foundation

Topic: Education (Education personnel and population)

Type: Report

Abstract:

Across the country, states and districts are struggling to attract, support, and retain high-quality teachers in the classroom. The limitations of the traditional salary schedule in attracting and keeping good teachers have prompted many policymakers to search for alternative methods of compensation. In this paper, we examine teacher compensation policies in charter and private schools for lessons to help traditional public schools more effectively draw and keep high-quality teachers.