ASD to entice teachers with salaries, bonuses

ASD to entice teachers with salaries, bonuses


MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - The Achievement School District is rolling out a new pay schedule in an effort to entice high-performance teachers.

The Commercial Appeal ( reports a teacher with a fresh degree could earn $62,500 after six years of teaching with the ASD - and that doesn't include bonus pay of up to $7,000 for the best performing schools.

The base salary is $16,000 more per year than Shelby County schools pay for the same amount of experience.

The Achievement School District runs low-performing schools across the state with a goal of significantly improving student performance over five years.

Six schools in Memphis are assigned to the Achievement School District this year, but that number will double next year.


Information from: The Commercial Appeal,

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