Category Archives: Teacher Unions

Are teachers underpaid?

Andrew Biggs of the American Enterprise Institute applies the same data and statistical methods that produce “the teacher pay gap” to other professions to determine whether or not teachers are underpaid.

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Maybe it’s time for California’s taxpayers to go on strike

By Jon Coupal | Around California, public school teachers are on strike seeking more pay, better benefits and less competition from charter schools. They are also demanding that the rest of us pay higher taxes. Indeed, as part of the … Continue reading

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Bill would eliminate state income taxes for public school teachers

By Joel Fox | It seems those pushing a bill to eliminate state income taxes for teachers have a large strategic hurdle to clear. Teachers through their unions frequently campaign for more taxes. How would it look if teachers are … Continue reading

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California is still the Golden State for teacher unions

By Mike Antonucci, The 74 | While teachers-union affiliates across the country ponder what went wrong on Election Day, the California Teachers Association and California Federation of Teachers are celebrating another successful year at the polls. The unions helped deliver … Continue reading

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