We have a crisis in our schools. This is not a new revelation, but it needs to be stated regardless, particularly at the start of another academic year and at a time when America is struggling to compete in the very fields — math, science, technology — that are defining the global economy. Consider that U.S. high school students graduate with just a 32 percent proficiency...
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An attack on teacher salaries is an attack on the middle class. If you want to increase rental housing infused of home ownership, slow retail growth, slow new car purchases and discourage young teachers from starting families, go ahead and lower our salaries. But when good charter school teachers want to stay making middle class money, they come work for a public. This doesn't make them greedy, it means they want to move away from their roommates apartment and get married.
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