Washington State High Schools Pay Less for Math and Science Teachers than for Teachers in Other Subjects
Jim Simpkins, Marguerite Roza, and Cristina Sepe
Published in August 2010 by the Center on Reinventing Public Education
This paper examines the reasons why math and science teachers struggle to reach the same salaries as others, concluding that the state-wide salary schedule is in part to blame.
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