Florida

Putting Education Reform To The Test

Controversial SAT-Based Teacher Bonuses — Here To Stay?

The House measure would provide “scholarships” up to $10,000 — depending on the annual appropriation — to teachers whose scores were in the 80th percentile of the SAT or higher.


Perhaps it is fitting that in the same week that school districts must tell the Department of Education how many teachers qualified for the state’s very controversial Best and Brightest bonus, the Florida House Education Committee will consider legislation to make the one-time measure permanent.

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