Mar 22, 2013 1:32 AM by Ed Zuchelli, KSBY News
Schools in the Lucia Mar Unified School District voted whether to keep a program that gives teachers bonuses for student growth.
"The system for teacher and student advancement," or TAP, offers teacher bonuses based on student growth and performance, usually $3,000 a year.
Of the seven schools in the program, Grover Heights Elementary was the only one to vote to stop the program.
The tap program aims to help schools meet the No Child Left Behind Program improvement requirements.
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