LEAP Academy University Charter School’s Performance-Based Compensation Program
This case summary from the Center for Educator Compensation Reform focuses on the LEAP Academy University Charter School’s performance-based compensation program. The summary covers the Camden, New Jersey, K–12 school’s history, an overview of how teachers are evaluated and compensated, student achievement, the impact of unionization, and lessons learned. It also provides tables showing raise percentages and performance scoring rubrics.
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