About 80 percent of school districts that have ratified new teachers contracts since January 2010 are ignoring a law signed by Gov. Jennifer Granholm at that time requiring merit pay to be a “significant” factor in determining compensation, according to MLive. That information comes from an analysis by Education Policy Director Michael Van Beek released Monday.

Ingrid Jaques, an editorial writer for The Detroit News, also wrote about the findings at The News’ “Michigan View.”

You can see a list of districts and read their contracts here.

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