Accomplished teachers from across the state of Kansas worked together to develop a series of recommendations for considering a new strategic compensation system. This approach is designed to recruit, retain and reward high-quality
teachers in classrooms across the state.
A central tenet of the approach is that a viable performance-pay framework must be flexible enough to allow districts and states to tailor incentives that advance their specific student-learning goals and that teachers will be partners in the design.
The report identifies four pillars to strategic teacher compensation:
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