Up and down California, public schools are enjoying a rapid rise in state funding. Schools that handed out tens of thousands of pink slips in the depths of the recession are now scrambling to find qualified teachers, a problem driven in part by low recruitment and high turnover. Teachers are receiving raises and schools are offering signing bonuses. Counselors, librarians and other support staff are being added along with new textbooks and technology equipment.
Up and down California, public schools are enjoying a rapid rise in state funding. Schools that handed out tens of thousands of pink slips in the depths of the recession are now scrambling to find qualified teachers, a problem driven in part by low recruitment and high turnover. Teachers are receiving raises and schools are offering signing bonuses. Counselors, librarians and other support staff are being added along with new textbooks and technology equipment. TODD ANDERSON New York Times file
Up and down California, public schools are enjoying a rapid rise in state funding. Schools that handed out tens of thousands of pink slips in the depths of the recession are now scrambling to find qualified teachers, a problem driven in part by low recruitment and high turnover. Teachers are receiving raises and schools are offering signing bonuses. Counselors, librarians and other support staff are being added along with new textbooks and technology equipment. TODD ANDERSON New York Times file

Where should new state money for education go – Teacher pay raises? Classroom?

January 30, 2016 04:01 PM