THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MERIT-PAY ON TEACHER RETENTION AND STUDETNT ACHEIVMENT IN A RURAL SCHOOL IN TEXAS

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December 2023

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The final composite explores the challenges faced by rural schools in the retention of high-quality teachers. The first scholarly deliverable is a case study article that could be used to teach masters or doctoral candidates in the field of educational leadership. The title of this article is “Teacher Incentive Allotment: Attempts at Teachers Recruitment and Retention.” This case reviews a teacher’s experience with the teacher incentive allotment as she attempts to earn an additional $20,000 a year and the impact it has had on her retention. The final scholarly deliverable is an empirical article titled “The Relationship Between Merit-Pay on Teacher Retention and Student Achievement in a Rural School in Texas.” This empirical article explores a rural school district’s first 3 years of participating in the Teacher Incentive Allotment program in Texas and its relationship to retention and student achievement

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Education, Administration

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