In selected subjects and classrooms, students shift into classes of teachers who have consistently achieved excellent outcomes. These teachers agree to increase their class sizes in exchange for higher pay. Students shift from solid teachers and novice teachers, who have not yet demonstrated consistent excellence. These teachers earn less but have proportionally smaller classes in which they may produce better student outcomes and continue to develop. Some teachers might choose smaller classes for lower pay. The extended reach of excellent teachers and smaller classes for some other teachers will lessen the need for non-classroom instructional specialists, freeing funds to pay excellent teachers more. Class sizes stay within limits indicated by educationally high-performing nations. Reach Effect: approximately 10%–40% more students reached with excellent teachers.
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