Originally Posted by INJoker
The point of the data I provided is to illustrate that a 20-year-old kid with a 2-year Associate's Degree in Nursing will make more in his/her first year of full-time employment than the average Indiana public school teacher will after his/her 20th year of service with a Bachelor's degree - the minimum degree level required to teach in Indiana.
Yeah, but this is about the chicago teachers. They were already overpaid!!!
Like I said earlier in this thread, those teachers already made more than TWICE
what the teachers make in the rest of the state. While making TWICE as much money they have LESS THAN HALF
as many students per teacher.
While you may feel sorry for them, no one else here in IL does. There was ZERO sympathy for them here in downstate IL, even with the union teachers we have. In fact, there was a lot of anger when some of them found out that after 5 years they were making 30K a year and those teachers were making about 75K with the same experience, and wanted a 17% raise, all the while having a 10:1 student to teacher ratio.