Teacher pay up in Arizona, national ranking unchanged

New figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show that despite pay raises for teachers in Arizona, the state’s ranking remains at 49th for teacher pay nationwide. The gap has narrowed a bit, but Arizona is still $13,000 behind the national median for teacher pay. We’ll hear more from Christine Thompson, president and CEO of Expect More Arizona.

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