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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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To the Editor:
We need more than salary incentives for teachers. Schools need to offer titles, modeled on the promotion procedures in teaching universities.
These titles would reflect expertise: apprentice teacher (for the first three years), teacher, master teacher and distinguished master teacher.
As teachers received promotions, with the higher ranks optional, they would be given merit pay, of course, but would also be expected to assume additional responsibilities for mentoring new faculty, assessing school performance and participating more actively in the administration of the school.
Would this be more work for harried teachers and administrators? Of course. But it wouldn’t be as time consuming as dealing with discouraged teachers and students.
Most important, this would give teachers public recognition of their achievements and a more respected voice in the profession.
Mary Ann Rishel
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