Michigan teacher salaries

8:01 am
Tue January 29, 2013

State Superintendent calls for big raises for teachers

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Michael Flanagan says increasing academic standards won't do much good without qualified math and science teachers
State Superintendent Mike Flanagan wants teachers to get a big pay boost. Flanagan, speaking before science experts at Michigan State University today, called on teachers in Michigan to make $100,000-plus salaries to attract more mathematicians and scientists into teaching, according to a news release from the Michigan Department of Education.