Archive for December, 2009

Question of the Week

Currently, teacher salaries are determined through negotiations between the local union and the school district.  One implication is that salaries can differ dramatically from district-to-district–even neighboring ones.  This makes it difficult for poor districts to attract and retain highly qualified teachers.

Should the state take over the responsibility of negotiating teacher salaries or leave it to the districts?

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