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Yarrow, Noah; Santoso; Tjahjadi, Alexander Michael; Khairina, Noviandri Nurlaili – World Bank, 2021
This study reviews the implementation of the TKD program related to teachers in DKI Jakarta to identify any initial behavior changes resulting from the policy. The objective of the study is twofold: to identify the level of understanding of stakeholders regarding the performance allowance; and to identify the impact of the performance allowance on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Educational Change, Incentives
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Pineda, Pedro; Salazar Morales, Diego Alonso; Celis, Jorge – British Journal of Sociology of Education, 2022
This article explores the effects of charter schools on teachers' working conditions in Bogota (Colombia). By employing a semi-experimental approach involving Propensity Score Matching (PSM) and Difference-in-Differences (DID), we find that in the close vicinity (postcode area) of where they are established, charter schools more than double…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Charter Schools, Teaching Conditions, Teacher Salaries
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Kim, Jeong-a – Comparative Education Review, 2021
Teacher pay-for-performance policies have been introduced in many countries, including South Korea, in order to improve the quality of teacher workforces. However, such policies cannot be exactly replicated across countries. A policy transferred across borders is transformed within each new situation. Based on policy mobility and transformation…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Salaries, Merit Pay, Educational Policy
Biasi, Barbara; Fu, Chao; Stromme, John – National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
We study the equity-efficiency implication of giving school districts control over teacher pay using an equilibrium model of the market for public-school teachers. Teachers differ in their comparative advantages in teaching low- or high-achieving students. School districts, which serve different student bodies, use both wage and hiring strategies…
Descriptors: Public School Teachers, Teacher Salaries, Wages, School Districts
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Pham, Lam D.; Nguyen, Tuan D.; Springer, Matthew G. – American Educational Research Journal, 2021
Empirical research investigating the association between teacher pay incentives and student test scores has grown rapidly over the past decade. To integrate the findings from these studies and help inform the debate over teacher merit pay, this meta-analysis synthesizes effect sizes across 37 primary studies, 26 of which were conducted in the…
Descriptors: Teacher Salaries, Merit Pay, Incentives, Meta Analysis
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McHenry-Sorber, Erin; O'Neal, Jay; Nelson, Sam – Rural Educator, 2021
In 2018, West Virginia teachers staged a statewide strike which lasted almost two weeks and included schools across all 55 countywide districts. The main reported strike issues for West Virginia teachers included cuts to their healthcare coverage by the state and relatively low salaries. Prior to the strike, West Virginia teachers ranked 48th in…
Descriptors: Teacher Strikes, Unions, Fringe Benefits, Teacher Salaries
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Kim, Dongwoo; Koedel, Cory; Kong, Wei; Ni, Shawn; Podgursky, Michael; Wu, Weiwei – Education Finance and Policy, 2021
Public school teachers retire much earlier than comparable professionals. Pension rule changes affecting new teachers can be used to close this gap in the long run, but any effects will not be observed for decades and the implications for workforce quality are unclear. This paper considers targeted incentive policies designed to deter retirement…
Descriptors: Retirement Benefits, Experienced Teachers, Teacher Persistence, Public School Teachers
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Hill, Andrew J.; Jones, Daniel B. – Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 2021
Teacher performance pay is often introduced with the goal of reducing gaps in test scores across groups, yet little is known about how well they achieve this aim. We ask, "Do test score-based teacher incentives impact the Black-White test score gap?" Using student-teacher matched data and a difference-in-differences approach in which the…
Descriptors: Incentives, Merit Pay, Teacher Salaries, Achievement Gap
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Liu, Ji – Education and Urban Society, 2021
Teacher attrition is a chronic challenge facing many education systems, and has been shown to negatively impact education quality and equity. Common explanations rooted in occupational choice theory identify pecuniary and non-pecuniary rewards as critical factors in motivating and retaining teachers. Using China Household Income Project (CHIP)…
Descriptors: Faculty Mobility, Foreign Countries, Teacher Salaries, Well Being
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Regional Educational Laboratory Midwest, 2021
Michigan education leaders would like to know whether recruiting certified teachers who are not teaching would be an effective way to fill teacher vacancies in public schools. The study examined the characteristics of these teachers, their reasons for not teaching, and incentives that would motivate them to teach in public schools. Michigan…
Descriptors: Public School Teachers, Teacher Shortage, Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Certification
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Odle, Taylor K. – Research in Higher Education, 2022
System governing boards fulfill roles as both regulators and protectors for their multiple constituent campuses. While centralized control provides many benefits to institutional members, such advantages are also be accompanied by limitations upon campuses to pursue expanded missions, fully compete, and spend according to individual rather than…
Descriptors: Institutional Autonomy, Educational Finance, Expenditures, Compensation (Remuneration)
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Khan, Jawaria – European Journal of Education, 2021
In a globalising world, the international mobility of academics and researchers is important for their career. However, increasing migration of academics in the form of an academic brain drain is becoming a major challenge especially for Europe due to an ageing population. The issue of brain drain has been addressed usually through quantitative…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Brain Drain, Faculty Mobility, Human Capital
Goldhaber, Dan; Krieg, John; Theobald, Roddy; Liddle, Stephanie – Center for Education Data & Research, 2021
We use data on over 14,000 teacher candidates in Washington state, merged with employment data from the state's public schools and Unemployment Insurance system, to investigate the career paths and earnings of teacher candidates in the state. Around 75% of candidates are employed in some education position in each of the 5 years after student…
Descriptors: Teacher Employment, Teacher Salaries, Public School Teachers, Preservice Teachers
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Hemphill, Annie A.; Marianno, Bradley D. – Education Finance and Policy, 2021
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, school districts worked quickly to roll out distance learning plans in the spring. Sometimes these plans impinged upon or were directly in conflict with provisions found in collective bargaining agreements (CBAs) negotiated between teachers' unions and district administration. In this brief, we unpack how urban…
Descriptors: Unions, Collective Bargaining, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Kudinov, Dmytro V.; Lebid, Andrii E.; Teres, Natalia; Shevchenko, Natal'ya A. – European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2021
The source base of the study consists of literary works of fiction and publicistic genre, letters of the Republic citizens and subjects of ancient Roman emperors, who bear witness of the attitude of contemporaries to the profession of a teacher, determine its prestige and social significance. This preconditioned the aim of the study to determine…
Descriptors: Social Status, Teaching (Occupation), Educational History, World History
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