I thought this must be a joke. It is not.
North Carolina legislators are considering a law that would demolish the teaching profession and encourage teacher turnover.
Call it the “here-today-gone-next-year” policy. The goal is to cut costs by increasing class sizes, pushing out senior teachers, and using technology to “flip” classrooms.
“A new plan to raise some teachers’ salaries while significantly reducing education spending is circulating among lawmakers and education professionals.
“The NC 60/30/10 Plan, which “embraces high teacher turnover,” would place teachers on one of three tracks: Apprentice, Master or Career.
“Sixty percent of all North Carolinian teachers would make $32,000/year in the Apprentice category and be allowed to teach for up to twenty years, at which time they must retire or move on to another industry.
“Thirty percent of teachers would be eligible for the Master category if they have been…
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