It’s just common sense. If a school district is having trouble finding a qualified educator to fill a vacant teaching position, or to persuade a hard-to-replace employee to stay in his or her current position, school officials ought to have the flexibility to offer a salary higher than the union-negotiated rate. Unfortunately, in the Big Labor-dominated world of K-12 public education, common sense is far from common. A nonpartisan study prepared by Dr. Michael Hicks of the Center for Business […]
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