Many services are paid for upon the satisfactory completion of a task—such as car maintenance, or hair styling, for example. But should a similar model apply to teacher compensation?

In South Carolina, Horry County Schools’ virtual program proposes to do just that. The district recently implemented a model that pays its online teachers based on how many of their students complete a course.

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