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Teacher Compensation Systems in the United States K-12 Public School System
National tax journal
This paper provides a review of the current teacher compensation system and examines the current structure of teacher compensation in the U.S. K-12 public education system. Teacher salaries are largely set by schedules that are neither performance-related nor market-driven, and have signifi cant consequences on school staffi ng and workforce quality. The second section summarizes the recent literature on compensation reform, with an emphasis on studies using experimental or quasi-experimentaldoi:10.17310/ntj.2011.1.07 fatcat:gqrwnt66gjdxpmp2rxffcjhkiu