Did you fail to pass threshold?

8th June 2001 at 01:00
I am currently directing the Teachers' Incentive Pay Project, a two-year research study based at the School of Education, University of Exeter, which is investigating the introduction and implementation of performance-related pay.

The funding for this project comes from the Leverhulme Trust, an independent funding body, so it is free from political pressures.

During the course of this research we are undertaking several related studies of teachers and heads. One of these is an investigation into teachers who have been unsuccessful in crossing the threshold, so we can find out their views an experiences of the procedure.

Any teachers who have been told they have been unsuccessful in crossing the threshold, and who would be interested in participating in this research, can either telephone Dr Gill Haynes on 01392 264826 or alternatively write to us using the Freepost address given below and we will then send them a questionnaire to complete. Anonymity is guaranteed.

The address to write to is: Teachers' Incentive Pay Project, University of Exeter, School of Education, Freepost (SWB30907) Exeter EX1 2ZZ.

Professor EC Wragg School of Education University of Exeter


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