Skip to comments.Teachers Pay Raise Bill Criticized by South Florida Leaders [Teachers Union NEVER Happy]
Posted on 05/01/2013 4:56:06 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
A bill to give Florida teachers a pay increase is getting mixed reviews. The $480 million bill was approved by legislators over the weekend and is expected to be signed by Gov. Rick Scott.
The raises would be based on teacher evaluations that include student performance. Under the plan, teachers ranked as highly effective would receive a $3,500 pay increase and those ranked as effective would receive a $2,500 raise while those considered to need improvement or to be unsatisfactory would not receive a raise.
Scott, who initially proposed a $2,500 increase for every teacher, congratulated legislators on their progress.
(Excerpt) Read more at m.nbcmiami.com ...
AND the Miami-Dade superintendent (AND the Broward one, too) are so WHIPPED by the unions that they stand up and whine too.
The money ALWAYS goes to the union thug bosses.
More is Never Enough.
1)The supply of teachers greatly exceeds demand. (Figures, since getting an “education” degree doesn’t exactly demand top SAT scores (see Bill Ayers).
2) Given (1), why the h*ll do we not tell these teachers to shove their raise up their smelly Obamas and do something useful...like....er....(looking for something a teaching degree allows one to do.......)
Strong apologies to all the good teachers out there...and I know there are many.
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