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National Charter School Research Project, March 2010

A report focusing on recruitment and compensation finds that few charters use compensation and recruitment practices different from their local districts, and that they tend to recruit and hire teachers on the same timeline as their local districts. One-third of charter schools offer merit pay and charter schools that use merit pay when their local districts do not appear to be more satisfied with the quality of their applicant pool.

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