teacher compensation (page 9)

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    A bizarre article about the State Board of Education

    I’m just kidding.  There is nothing bizarre about “State Board of Education considers charters, teacher pay and evaluation” by Lindsay Wagner.  (As far as I know, she is the new education reporter at N.C. Policy Watch, not The Bionic Woman.) Anyway, her article is pretty informative. Unfortunately, it omits…
    Terry Stoops, March 7, 2013
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    The teacher compensation debate

    This week, the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) decided to write a critique my 2009 report on teacher compensation. I appreciate any and all responses to my research, particularly those that take three years to formulate.  (BTW, that’s a joke.)  However, I am not going to waste my…
    Terry Stoops, February 15, 2012
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    New report on teacher pay

    In Assessing the Compensation of Public-School Teachers, Jason Richwine and Andrew Biggs conclude that “public-school teacher salaries are comparable to those paid to similarly skilled private sector workers, but that more generous fringe benefits for public-school teachers, including greater job security, make total compensation 52 percent greater than fair…
    Terry Stoops, November 2, 2011