This year, Florida teachers who did well on their SATs or ACTs could be getting bonuses - up to $10,000.
Lawmakers in Tallahassee earmarked $44 million in the state budget for the bonuses. But to get them, many teachers have to track down scores they may not have seen since high school.
The bonuses are supposed to get more top-scoring students to go into teaching. But there are lots of complaints about the logic and fairness of the program.