Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 4:59 pm (Updated: January 8, 5:03 pm)
A Jeffco Public Schools study on school structure and pay reform is expected to help prepare the district for changes required by the legislature.
The district’s strategic compensation pilot program, which is being tested in 20 Jeffco schools, is attempting to find out what kind of pay and support are effective in boosting students’ academic achievement. Results are expected to help the district reform the way it pays teachers while still focusing on student improvement.
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