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Jennifer Hanner, a first-year teacher from Harts, W.Va., center, joins other teachers and protestors in February outside the state Senate chambers at the Capitol in Charleston, W.Va., as teachers statewide went on strike over pay and benefits.
—John Raby/AP-File

Teachers Are Winning Public Support for Pay Raises, Survey Finds

Support for raising teacher salaries jumped nationally in the wake of this spring's wave of teacher activism, a national poll by the journal Education Next said. (August 21, 2018)

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November 16, 2011 – Education Week
Financial woes and unsuccessful results lead some to cut programs, though other states and districts are moving forward with plans.
September 16, 2011 – Education Week
Five philanthropists have already committed $5 million to Chicago's plan, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he plans to raise an additional $5 million.
August 16, 2011 – Education Week
From an ambitious new voucher program to curbs on teacher pay and bargaining rights, Gov. Mitch Daniels and fellow Republicans notch big victories.
May 12, 2011 – Education Week
As the Race to the Top deadline looms, unlikely players are taking the lead in designing the new evaluation systems.
April 27, 2011 – Education Week
Veteran teacher Virginia E. Harper writes that legislation in her state, Florida, makes her feel that lawmakers don't value the doctorate she worked hard to earn.
March 30, 2011 – Education Week
March 9, 2011 – Education Week
As Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's controversial proposal to require teachers to pay more for benefits and curb their collective bargaining rights remained mired in a political deadlock last week, an Ohio plan with some of the same goals was rolling forward, despite objections from educators.
March 9, 2011 – Education Week
Nationwide, most teach subjects or in grades in which value-added data are unavailable.
February 2, 2011 – Education Week
Karen Hawley Miles and Karen Baroody believe that redesigning teacher-evaluation systems has the potential to transform the profession.
January 19, 2011 – Education Week

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