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CLOSUP Lecture Series

Teacher Pay for Performance: Experimental Evidence from Nashville's Project on Incentives in Teaching

Sep 22, 2010, 4:00-5:30 pm EDT
Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy Annenberg Auditorium
Matthew Springer, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Education, Director of the National Center on Performance Incentives Vanderbilt University. The Project on Incentives in Teaching (POINT) experiment was a three-year experimental study of middle school math teachers and their students and schools. The signature activity of the POINT experiment was the study of the effects on student outcomes of paying teachers bonuses of up to $15,000 per year on the basis of student test-score gains.
Ford School
EPI Working papers

Teacher Attitudes on Pay for Performance: A Pilot Study

October 1, 2007
Brian Jacob, Matthew Springer
Researchers at the National Center on Performance Incentives recently examined teacher attitudes towards pay for performance policies in education, and how these views vary by teacher experience, subject area specialization, grade level taught,...