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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by phbsales View Post
    Teachers' hefty salaries are driving up taxes, and they only work 9 or10 months a year! It's time we put things in perspective and pay them for what they do - babysit! We can get that for less than minimum wage. That's right. Let's give them $3.00 an hour and only the hours they worked; not any of that silly planning time, or any time they spend before or after school. That would be $19.50 a day (7:45 to 3:00 PM with 45 minutes off for lunch and planning-- that equals 6 1/2 hours).

    Each parent should pay $19.50 a day for these teachers to baby-sit their children. Now how many students do they teach in a day...maybe 30? So that's $19.50 x 30 = $585.00 a day.

    However, remember they only work 180 days a year!!! I am not going to pay them for any vacations.

    LET'S SEE....

    That's $585 X 180= $105,300 per year.

    What about those special education teachers and the ones with Master's degrees? Well, we could pay them minimum wage ($7.75), and just to be fair, round it off to $8.00 an hour. That would be $8 X 6 1/2 hours X 30 children X 180 days = $280,800 per year.

    The average teacher's salary (nation wide) is $50,000 per year. $50,000/180 days = $277.77/per day/30 students=$9.25/6.5 hours = $1.42 per hour per student--a very inexpensive baby-sitter and they even EDUCATE your kids!
    From Wisconsin:
    The posting quoted MPS’ budget manager as saying that in 2011-2012 (the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2011), the average MPS teacher would receive total compensation of $101,091 -- $59,500 in salary and $41,591 in benefits.

    We double-checked with MPS spokeswoman Roseann St. Aubin and she confirmed the figures.


    Don't forget the 70+ days of vacation (about 6 weeks concurrent) and accrued sick days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sysint View Post
    From Wisconsin:
    The posting quoted MPS budget manager as saying that in 2011-2012 (the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2011), the average MPS teacher would receive total compensation of $101,091 -- $59,500 in salary and $41,591 in benefits.

    We double-checked with MPS spokeswoman Roseann St. Aubin and she confirmed the figures.


    Don't forget the 70+ days of vacation (about 6 weeks concurrent) and accrued sick days.

    thats what I want *A* sick day. I haven't had one of those in 19 years
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