The overpaid, the underpaid... and the totally unpaid

26th March 2010 at 00:00

My recollection is that the current pay arrangements for teachers were intended to allow teachers who remained in the classroom to earn larger amounts of money. My impression is that this has not happened; that those who elevate themselves out of the classroom are the ones taking the lion's share of the pot.


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