Tag Archives: The Equity Project

Welcome to the Profit of Education website. Continuing the conversation begun in the book Profit of Education, we discuss the latest economic evidence on education reform.

Dan Goldhaber and me in the Los Angeles Times

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Seattle Times Op-Ed

Seattle Times, November 15, 2014  

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TEP–even roses have thorns

I’ve been reporting this week on The Equity Project’s (TEP’s) success at achieving remarkable student outcomes by massively raising teacher salaries while making other cuts to remain budget-neutral. Even great success does not mean that everything went perfectly. Perhaps the most … Continue reading

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How do you pay teachers $125,000 a year without busting the budget?

Monday I reported that The Equity Project’s plan to pay teachers $125,000 a year has produced remarkable student gains. Today I’ll combine information from Mathematica’s report with other data to give you an idea how TEP manages high salaries without … Continue reading

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Would paying teachers $125,000 a year get results?

In Profit of Education I wrote, One charter school, The Equity Project (TEP) in New York City, plans to raise base teacher salaries to $125,000 plus $25,000 bonuses–all without increasing spending one dime. Now some four years later, we learn … Continue reading

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