A show of hands for all the folks here who think that a great way to get rich in the US is to go into public education, in particular as a teacher.
And while legislators routinely vote themselves salary increases, while corporate executives don't even need to vote, I must have missed the part where I got to arbitrarily increase my salary when working in K-12 public education. Or even at the college or graduate school level.
On May 6, 2007, at 11:03 PM, Haim wrote:
>> "For the last 27 years, enrollment hasn't grown, but on >> average the tax increase has been 70 percent more than >> inflation," said Frank Russo of the Port Washington >> Educational Assembly. "It's not a question of whether >> it comes from state aid or property taxes, it's the >> spending that's out of control." >