"A new study by education researchers concludes that the best way to improve the quality of teaching is to pay teachers more. And to pay good teachers even more.
Critics aren't so sure, notably teacher's unions. They warn that merit-pay systems are notoriously subjective and unreliable."
I guess that's why companies like General Electric, McKinsey, and Google rely on seniority-based pay.
Anyone who can provide a reason why the teacher's union leaders should not be drawn and quartered, please speak up.