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Charlotte-Mecklenburg High School Challenge EOC Retention Program
North Carolina : Charlotte-Mecklenburg High School Challenge EOC Retention Program -District Level
Program Statistics
Name and Level High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

High School Challenge EOC Retention Program is one of several district level incentive programs for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in North Carolina. It is available at Garinger, West Charlotte, and West Mecklenburg High Schools.

Status High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

Currently, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools has 35 incentive programs which have been funded to attract administrators and other instructional personnel to targeted schools.

Program Description High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

The High School Challenge EOC Retention Program aims to retain teachers demonstrating High Academic Change (High Growth) on EOC ("end of course") exams at Garinger, West Charlotte and West Mecklenburg High Schools.

Other Programs ABCs, Guilford Mission Possible, Charlotte-Mecklenburg STAR Program and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Performance-Based Pay Pilot
Hard-to-Staff, High Needs, At-Risk Component
Program Target Components
  • Hard to staff school
  • Description of Component High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

    The High School Challenge EOC Retention Program is an effort to recruit and retain well-qualified teachers in the district.

    Incentive Structure
    Compensation Structure High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

    Successful participants in this program receive $5,000 each year. (The amount of each award will be pro-rated to the percent employment.)

    Incentives High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

    Successful participants in this program receive $5,000 each year. (The amount of each award will be pro-rated to the percent employment.) Teachers continue to be eligible for any individual performance based programs at the High School Challenge schools in addition to the ABC and Local Accountability incentives.

    Incentive Recipients High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

    EOC teachers of record at Garinger, West Charlotte or West Mecklenburg who demonstrated individual High Academic Change.

    Methods of Evaluation
    Method of Evaluation High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

    Teachers are evaluated based on the results of the end-of-course exams.

    Stakeholder Involvement
    Teachers and Teacher's Unions High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

    No information found.

    Other Stakeholders High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

    • Citizens’ Task Force on Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
    • State Board of Education Teacher Retention Task Force
    Program Funding
    Cost High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

    No information found.

    Funding High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

    Bonus programs are subject to annual legislative and budgetary determinations.

    Results and Outcomes
    Results and Outcomes High School Challenge EOC Retention Program

    According to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District, Teacher Retention has increased from 78.2% to 84.5% between 2000 and 2005. Teacher turnover has decreased from 21.8% in 2000 to 16.6% in 2005.




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