YOU MEAN I GET MORE PAY AND BETTER WORKING CONDITIONS? Yes, in California school districts that's true, reports Joanne Jacobs (thanks, Joanne, for reopening the San Jose gateway!)
California schools with the poorest students spend less on teachers, concludes an Education Trust West report on the hidden gap in teacher pay. Experienced, higher-paid teachers move to schools serving more affluent, easy-to-teach students, leaving low-income, high-stress schools with inexperienced, low-paid rookies.
Is it time for another lesson on compensating differentials?

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