Student, Staff, and Employer Incentives for Improved Student Achievement and Work Readiness
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Bishop, John H.
“This article proposes a strategy for banishing mediocrity and building in its place an excellent American system of secondary education. Before a cure can be prescribed, however, a diagnosis must be made.”
human resource; ILR; Cornell; labor; industrial relations; education; teach; student; standard; school; United States; academic success; employer; incentive
Required Publisher Statement: Originally published as: Bishop, J. "Student, Staff and Employer Incentives for Improved Student Achievement and Work Readiness," American Issues for School and the Workplace, Washington, D.C.: Council of Chief State School Officers, 1995, 79-110. Published version posted with special permission of the copyright holder.