Teaching and Incentives Prove Complementary to Promote Learning About COVID-19

July 8, 2021

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U-M Ford School of Public Policy professor Dean Yang discusses whether or not offering financial incentives enhance or hinder COVID-19 learning. Yang notes that the study found that teaching and financial incentives “complement each other,” creating a “positive synergy” when working together. The faculty expert further highlights their study in which they measured the complementarity between a supply and demand “educational intervention.”

 

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