"In Chicago, once described as having the worst public schools in the nation, they are trying something new," begins this ABC News segment (Can Teacher Incentive Pay Close Achievement Gap? ). "Veronica Griffin, who colleagues consider to be an exceptional teacher,
was going to leave her job in a struggling inner city school for a
higher-paying one. To keep her, the city of Chicago did something a
business might do: They offered her a $15,000 bonus."
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