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The Impact of Incentives to Recruit and Retain Teachers in “Hard-to-Staff” Subjects | JPAM Featured Article

Public school teachers are typically paid according to their education level and years of experience, with no differentiation by subject. Given resistance among teachers and unions to explicit pay differentials, states and school districts have frequently sought to mitigate subject-specific shortages by enhancing non-salary compensation, such as educational subsidies. This study estimates the causal impact of loan forgiveness and bonuses on retention of teachers in Florida public schools.

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Read APPAM's Inaugural Annual Report for 2014

October 30, 2014 02:00 PM

APPAM is pleased to present to its members the Association's first annual report. It is the hope of the Executive Committee and the APPAM staff that this report will provide members with the information needed to stay abreast of the Association's work, the challenges being faced, and the innovations it has embraced. "We appreciate the support we've received from the Association's officers, Policy Council, Institutional Representatives, and the many members who have volunteered their time and energy to assist us over the past year," says APPAM President Angela M. Evans.

While APPAM is a vibrant association accomplishing important goals, it does continually face challenges. "One of the most important is ensuring that the membership is fully informed of the Association's work," says APPAM Executive Director Tara Sheehan. "This inaugural report is intended to provide members with a better understanding of the work of APPAM's staff, Executive Committee, and Policy Council are engaged in, as well as the progress towards reaching its strategic goals." The report also provides updates on various programs and projects, and discuss upcoming activities being considered for the future.

The annual report will be published each year in conjunction with the Fall Research Conference.

Download the APPAM Annual Report 2014.

 

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