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by Susan H. Fuhrman,Jennifer A. O'Day
Author: Susan H. Fuhrman,Jennifer A. O'Day
Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (May 15, 1996)
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Rewards and Reform offers a comprehensive view of student, teacher, managerial, and organizational incentives and shows how they are .
Jossey-Bass Education Series
Jossey-Bass Education Series. The intended audience includes policymakers at the national, state, and district levels; teacher educators and other education professionals; reform advocates; and professors of education policy and administration.
Fuhrman, S. & O'Day, J. (Ed. Rewards and reform: Creating educational incentives that work. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Inc. Active Professional Organizations. CPRE receives significant support from the . Department of Education, the National Science Foundation and private funding sources.
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Motivation for school reform. In Susan H. Fuhrman & Jennifer A. O'Day (ed., Rewards and reform: Creating educational incentives that work. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Odden, Allan, & Kelley, Carolyn. Murnane, Richard . & Levy, Frank. Teaching to new standards. Paying teachers for what they know and do: New and smarter compensation strategies to improve schools.
Rewards and Reform: Creating Educational Incentives That Work. Jossey-Bass Education Series. Jossey-Bass In. Publishers, 350 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA 94104, 1996. The social psychology of education14.
Susan H. Fuhrman, Jennifer A. O'Day. Wiley, 6 May 1996 - 365 sayfa. The book shows, for example, how workplace redesigns could answer teachers' needs for autonomy and participation-and so bolster the professional nature of teaching. It also examines alternative ways of thinking about teacher compensation.
Rewards and Reforms: Creating Educational Incentives that Work. Baseball teams often offer certain players extra pay for every home run beyond 20 they hit in a season. The fierce pace of change and the chaotic sense of organizational life these days led Peter Vaill to coin the phrase "permanent white water" in his previous book, Managing as a Performing Art (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1989). The phrase refers to the new situations into which people are being continually thrust.
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