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Teacher Unions Improve Teacher, Student, and School Performance

eunice hanAssistant professor of economics, Eunice Han, found unionized school districts are better able to hold onto experienced and better performing teachers because they negotiate higher wages for teachers. Higher salaries and teacher tenure also make teacher evaluation and staff development a priority in unionized districts because they have to be more careful about who they retain and how they support them. Click to read more.

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Last Updated: 4/6/18