Teacher group seeks blanket raise; Bryant prefers merit pay
The Mississippi Association of Educators is pushing for a blanket pay raise for the state's public school teachers, but Gov. Phil Bryant is holding firm in his opposition, saying he only wants to give pay raises based on merit.
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#1 Oct 15, 2013
Tell em to get in line. I've had my hours cut since the recession started, I've been subject to lay off, etc.
If they can't live in this state on 40k then they need to move to another state where they pay more. That's just too bad.
If they can get the federal govt to pay the difference in their salaries that's one thing but taxes are already high enough in this state for the "little man" like me.
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