"The great myth about incentive pay or accountability systems is that they bring "business practices" or "competitive pressures" to public education, but such claims are not true [...]

It is possible that schools do not need incentive pay systems but rather much better means for identifying and developing talented persons who enjoy helping children learn. Whether or not this is the case, real competition among schools and organizations that manage schools may be the best mechanism available for societal learning about desirable methods for identifying, training and motivating teachers."

Derek Neal, professor no Dept de Economia da Univ de Chicago, em "Designing Incentive Systems for Schools" (paginas 32-36)

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