Pilot scheme devised by Harvard economist Roland Fryer

2nd December 2005 at 00:00

* Four New York schools will offer cash prizes for students based on their exam results next year, in a pilot scheme devised by Harvard economist Roland Fryer. The scheme will be closely watched by the city's education chiefs. Students at the four schools, will receive payouts equivalent to one-quarter of their test scores.

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