Teacher Pay for Performance: Lessons from other countries

Deacon, Roger Centre for Development and Enterprise2012

This publication examines international literature and case studies pertaining to various teacher pay-for-performance systems and weighs the pros and cons of such systems, the motivations behind them, benefits, and potential pitfalls. It identifies what lessons can be learned from developed and developing countries, the various mechanisms used for incentives around the world, adn the potential of success for such systems in a South African context. 

Education FinancingTeacher Training and EvaluationGlobalSouth AfricaChileIsraelPortugalMexicoUnited KingdomUnited States of AmericaDebate in global educationEvaluation & Systematic ReviewLiterature reviewCase studyPolicy & Analysis

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