The State of Education in the U.S.
Underrepresented and Unheard
Of teachers believe their voices are not often heard in the decision-making process at state or National level
Of teachers believe their voices are not often heard in the decision-making process within their own district level
A LACK OF INTEREST IN THE EDUCATION PROFESSION
- Policy development by those outside the profession (78 percent) is the greatest source of frustration for teachers, followed by
- standardized testing (67 percent) and
- students' lack of respect for authority (60 percent).
- Teacher's salary (as discussed below)
PAY GAP BETWEEN EDUCATORS AND OTHER COLLEGE GRADS
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In 1979 teachers earned 21.4% less than other college graduates
A study from the Economic Policy Institute found that teachers earned 8.4 percent less than similar workers in 1998. By 2015, that gap had grown to 17 percent.
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STARTING TEACHER SALARY
2016-2017 National Average
The majority of teachers believe they spend too much time preparing students for state-mandated tests (62%) and district-mandated tests (51%)
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