Teachers Paid Less in Higher-Minority Schools
Study by office for civil rights finds $2,500 average difference in salary
In many ethnically diverse school districts across the country, teachers in schools that serve the highest concentration of African-American and Latino students are paid significantly less—approximately $2,500 per year—than the average teacher in such districts, according to an analysis by the U.S. Department of Education's...
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