Mid-Career Teachers Love Their Jobs, but Many Can’t Afford to Keep Them

A new study shows some experienced teachers are paid so little—less than long-haul truckers or factory workers—they can qualify for welfare.

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Posted on 30 July, 2014
Source takepart.com

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