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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Performance-Based Pay Pilot
North Carolina : Charlotte-Mecklenburg Performance-Based Pay Pilot -District Level
Program Statistics
Name and Level Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

The Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program is one of several district level incentive programs for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in North Carolina.

Status Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

The Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program is one of 35 incentive programs which have been funded to attract administrators and other instructional personnel to targeted schools in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district. It is currently being piloted at 12 schools.

Program Description Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

The Performance-Based Pay Pilot program aims to enhance individual employee performance and student achievement by providing financial bonuses based on attendance, student achievement and professional development.

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

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    Incentive Structure
    Compensation Structure Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

    All employees that are full-time at 10 pilot schools will be eligible to receive a Pay for Performance Bonus based on their achievement of Attendance AND Professional Development measures.

    • An additional Achievement Bonus will be offered ONLY to employees that have DPI State Mandated or Locally Aligned Tests. This bonus may be earned SEPARATELY from the Attendance/Professional Development bonus and is tied to student achievement on specifically defined tests.
    • The Achievement Bonus DOES NOT need to be met to achieve the Professional Development/Attendance Bonus. Each of the two bonuses stands alone.
    • The Achievement Bonus for the 2006-2007 school year can only be measured in classes that have 10 or more students pre- and post-tested.
    • At least 95% of students must be tested.
    Incentives Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

    Licensed teachers may receive:

    • $1400 for achievement
    • $600 for Attendance/Professional Development

    Non-Licensed teachers may receive:

    • $300 for Attendance/Professional Development
    • not eligible for Achievement
    Incentive Recipients Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

    Full-time employees who are assigned only to a pilot school location(s) by October 1 of that school year who are:

    • Instructional staff
    • Non-instructional staff
    • Literacy and Math Facilitators if students in the school meet the High Academic Change standard on the Reading or Math EOG
    • Team Teachers who are teaching reading, math or an EOC subject as identified by the Principal
    • EC Inclusion Teachers as identified by the Principal
    Methods of Evaluation
    Method of Evaluation Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

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    Stakeholder Involvement
    Teachers and Teacher's Unions Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

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    Other Stakeholders Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

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    Program Funding
    Cost Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

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    Funding Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

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    Results and Outcomes
    Results and Outcomes Performance-Based Pay Pilot Program

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