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Caitlyn Hartzog EDU 110 Dr. L. Antonelli September 14, 2016 Reflection #1 I think it is great that teachers could be paid more for their student’s achievement but all school districts are different. What they explained in the book has happened at my elementary school. When I attended WTCS they would separate the students by their grades (or how smart they were, which is what all of us students thought). One teacher would get the “smart” students (A’s) and the other would get the “average” students (B’s, C’s). Therefore, in a school like WTCS I would not find it fair for the teachers. There could be teachers who teach really well but their students still do not get better grades and there could be bad teachers who have the “smart” class and they would be getting better pay. It could even be the other way around where it is fair
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