National Media Highlight CapCon Story

"Teacher of the Year" makes $21k less than district average

The Daily Caller and Reason today highlight a recent Michigan Capitol Confidential story about the 2013-2014 Michigan teacher of the year who, thanks to his district’s single salary schedule, makes about $21,000 a year less than the average teacher in that district.


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