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Course: ECI 301, Fall 2007
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do What you think? Mrs. Bright is getting a huge bonus (\$5,000) this year. Her fourth graders moved from an initial 3.1 grade eqivalency score in math at the start of the year to 5.0 at the end. Mr. Bummer works in another school across town. He had similar gains with his students but he is receiving the same small pay increase (1%) that all the teachers in his building are receiving. Fair? Where would you...

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