[Susan notes: As the reader who sent in this letter notes: "I admit to being rather angered by the assumption that public school teachers are motivated by the paycheck, which seemed to be where the author was going initially, but the ending more than makes up for that annoying assumption at the beginning."]
To the editor
Reading about the city schools' failing report card (Nov. 11) reminded me of the fallacy of the Nov. 4 article that announced Memphis schools' $18 million incentives program to recognize outstanding principals and teachers based on teaching skills.
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