Leadership

Financial And Non-Financial Incentives In Education

Low-achieving students respond to incentives to increase their effort and engagement at school and do better than predicted on GCSE exams as a consequence. That is the main finding of this discussion paper, published by the University of Bristol. Leadership Briefing 11.04(124)

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