The nonpartisan Economic Policy Institute just came out with their latest analysis of the “teacher wage penalty.”
You can read more about it at:
Teacher ‘pay penalty’ hits new high is from The Washington Post.
Teacher Pay Penalty Reaches Record High. What’s at Stake? is from Ed Surge.
I wonder if our district’s leadership, who tried to cut our salaries earlier this year by demanding we pay more for our health care (they were not successful since we went out on an eight-day strike – see What the Teacher and Classified-Staff Strike in Sacramento Means for the Country), will read this info?