Principals Perceptions Of Performance Pay And The Relationship Of Student Achievement

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THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Principals Perceptions Of Performance Pay And the relationship To Student Achievement
By
Michael G. Burchfield

A Dissertation submitted to the
Department of Educational Leadership and Human Services in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy

Fall 2015

The members of the Committee approve the dissertation, entitled, Principals PERCEPTIONS OF PERFORMANCE PAY AND THE RELATIONSHIP TO STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT. MICHAEL G. BURCHFIELD defended on
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Professor Directing Dissertation
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Outside Committee Member
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Committee Member

Approved:

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Ghazwan A. Lutfi, Ph. D.
Interim Chair, Department of Educational Leadership and Human Services
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Patricia Green-Powell, Ph. D.
Interim Dean, College of Education
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Haydon Jackson Ph.D. Dean of Graduate Studies

Chapter I
Introduction
The teaching profession in public education in the United States is under examination and scrutiny more than at any time in it’s history (Odden Kelley 2002). Teachers have not matriculated well informed, academically skilled young adults, who process critical thinking powers and are equipped to lead and transform the world of the 21st century. The graduation goals from our

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