If you want to get rich in education, don’t become a teacher.
Open a charter school or take a job at a testing corporation.
Sure, charter schools are elaborate scams to make money off children while providing fewer services.
Sure, standardized tests are just corporate welfare that labels poor and minority kids failures and pretends that’s their fault.
And teachers? They’re just the people who do all the actual work of educating children. Yet there’s never enough money, never enough resources for the job they do.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary of public school teachers in Pennsylvania is between $53,000 and $59,000 per year.
Compare that with the salaries of the people who make and distribute the state’s federally mandated standardized tests – employees at Data Recognition Corporation (DRC).
DRC publishes numerous assessments in various states. However, in the Keystone state, the…
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