Skip to comments.WI TEACHER SALARY DATE ($100,000 average cost in some areas is RIGHT!)
Posted on 02/19/2011 8:58:52 AM PST by macquire
This report is generated from data submitted by education agencies annually as of the third Friday in September on the PI-1202 Fall Staff Report. The report only provides data for public school districts. (Omitted are staff hired by CESAs, County Children with Disabilities Education Boards, non-district sponsored charter schools, and state schools and facilities.) The report provides the low salary, high salary, average salary, average fringe, average local experience, and average total experience for staff in each public school district. Data are based on the full-time equivalent (FTE) sum of an individual's position assignments, being greater than 94 percent, and the months employed, being greater than eight. Information is not included if the assignment was for an intern.
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Two teachrs married to eacher other make for a pretty wealthy family
How about a photo of some of their residences? I am sure it would be very telling...
Wow class warfare and envy of the rich on FR. It must be bizarro day.
I guess contracts are only important when they’re intended to give taxpayer money to wall st as bonuses...
Also, note that $90k is probably pay for working only ten months a year. Annualized, $90k for 10 months is equivalent to $108,000 a year.
As your (apparent) hero Ted Kennedy once screamed “WHEN DOES THE GREED STOP”.....?
It applies to teachers, school administration, and Union bosses also you know.
I’m posting this in a couple threads. Ask your consideration.
We really need help in Wisconsin to make sure these needed reforms go through. Every little bit helps.
If any Freepers from out-state have a few minutes on their hands today, perhaps they can read the up to date stories from our major newspaper and then post supporting notes in the comments section of each story. The unions seem to have their posters in there 24/7.
Here is a link to the front page of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
This is the real coming civil war - between public sector employees and taxpayers. I posted the following a few months ago:
“The next civil war.
You are a 60 year old private sector worker, or business owner. Its snowing, and you are outside, at 6AM, clearing your driveway, so that you can get to work when the public sector union employee gets around to plowing your street, so that you can re-clear your driveway after he has plowed the snow back into the entrance. If you dont get to work, you dont make a living.
Your neighbor, a 55 year old retired public sector employee is not clearing his driveway. He and his retired public sector employee wife are in Florida (or Arizona) for the winter.
You finally get to work, and later, you slip and slide home. In your mailbox is a postcard from your retired public sector employee neighbors in Florida (or Arizona) sending greetings from the sunbelt.
The civil war starts when you throw an ice ball through their front window.”
Making predictions is very difficult, especially about the future, and the spark that I envisioned hasn’t happened yet, but the civil war is on, and it’s far from civil.
Public sector union employees fleece their salary and benefits from taxpayers through a corrupt relationship with bought and paid for politicians. Taxpayers should be angry!
Contracts are important when they are made between the employers (the taxpayers) and the employees (the teachers). When they have been negotiated by the political class, the employer gets the shaft.
The people of Wisconsin are just trying to change the terms of negotiation to cut out the lobbyists (politicos) in the middle.
That's funny coming from a man who lived off his family Trust fund or a Government check. A accountant for the family trust fund said many Kennedy would call and request the Trust Administers get them a drivers license. Spoiled family
Wow class warfare and envy of the rich on FR.
No. $200K is not rich. But $100K a year is way too much to pay a public school teacher.
Union membership is to protect the bad teachers.
The good ones don’t need job protection.
Those that can, DO
Those that can’t, TEACH.
How are we grading Teachers in the US? We are constantly bombarded with stories placing US students’ scores in the in the mid to low ranges in global rankings. The answer always is: we need to spend more money on education. So how do we grade these teachers cranking out indifferent graduates that can’t find a job much less start an enterprise. And how much are these C teachers worth in a free job market?
Not class warfare. This is exposing the lie these crybabies are spouting off about having it so rough. The unions buy off the politicians who supposedly negotiate for us, the taxpayer, and we get the shaft.
Is 1 million dollars too much to pay a corporate banker?
It’s not class envy to point out that many Wisconsin public school teachers make salaries that far exceed wages of many of the parents in the school districts which employ those teachers. Many people now protesting around the WI state capitol have bought into the fallacy that teachers and public employees are under paid, no so. Pointing out actual salary levels is valid information.
I knew my post would incite baseless comments and expose moral bankruptcy.
In the days of pay toilets Kennedy’s would first call their attorney for legal advice and then their Trust Administrator for the dime for the toilet.
It's still "class envy" and "class warfare", and totally beyond the pale of Conservative orthodoxy.
I suspect most of these guys are leftovers from the Obama Truth Squad.
So is it class envy if a liberal point to bank profits and oil profits and says that Corporation need to pay more into the system and make sacrafices since the nation is broke.
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