Everyone knows incentives are motivating for students – gold stars and attendance certificates. Cash always sounds best, but what works best?
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, regular exercise can have a direct effect on a child’s success in school, academically.
A report released by the Century Foundation, “Housing Policy is School Policy” reinforces the long held belief that where a student lives plays a significant role in academic performance.
Baltimore teachers have signed a contract that breaks new ground because it scraps the old model of ‘step’ increases based solely on years of experience and education and links pay in part to students’ performance.