Should math, science teachers earn more?

04/18/2013 | Education Week Teacher

Math and science teachers who leave their positions for jobs in the private sector tend to earn more than teachers of other subjects who make a career change, according to a survey of Florida teacher-employment records by the Brookings Institution. Study co-author and Brookings nonresident senior fellow Martin R. West says the findings support the controversial position that teacher pay should vary by subject.

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