The Impacts of Performance Pay on Teacher Effectiveness and Retention: Does Teacher Gender Matter?
Andrew Hill () and
Daniel Jones ()
Journal of Human Resources, 2020, vol. 55, issue 1, 349-385
Teacher performance pay is increasingly common in the United States., We assess the “incentive effects” of performance pay—the change in behavior, of teachers present before and after a reform—with a focus on whether male, and female teachers respond differently. Evaluating three performance pay, programs in North Carolina, we find clear evidence of a gender difference:, while male teachers’ value-added remains flat before and after the, introduction of performance pay, the value-added of female teachers declines., We also document suggestive evidence of a gender difference in retention,, with men more likely to remain in schools with performance pay.
JEL-codes: I21 J16 J33 M52 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Note: DOI: 10.3368/jhr.55.2.0216.7719R3
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