“The goal would be to give it to schools that are really meeting the needs of all students,” said House Education Chairman Bob Behning, an Indianapolis Republican.
“Schools with student populations that are more difficult to educate and that are doing a great job of moving those students forward, those are the schools that are going to get more money,” Behning said.
Behning is expected to start hammering out the details of the House version of performance-pay for schools when the House education committee meets Tuesday.
— Maureen Hayden covers the Statehouse for the CNHI newspapers. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org