A Detroit News editorial Sunday said that merit pay for public school teachers would “connect pay more closely to the quality of instruction, but also said that teacher benefits is a “better place to find cost savings,” and urged teachers and their unions to lead the reform.

The editorial also cited research done by Michael Van Beek, director of education policy, which shows how little teachers pay toward their own health insurance and how much those plans cost as compared to the private sector.


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