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Iris Boyd EDU 261 November 21, 2011 In comparing a salary scale for a North Carolina public school teacher with a bachelors degree and 6 years of experience to an early childcare teacher with the same degree and the same years of experience I found a few similarities. I found that they are both neat in appearance and easy to read. The salary scale for a North Carolina public school teacher is in descending order and the salary scale for an early child care teacher can be found in ascending order. Early child care teachers with a bachelor’s degree and 6 years of experience are paid $14.33 an hour. North Carolina public school teachers with a bachelor’s degree and 6 years of experience are paid salary, in increments of 10 months are 12 months. Early child care teacher make $2,481.95 a month and North Carolina public school teachers are paid $3,404.00 a month. North Carolina public school teacher makes $922.05 a month more than an early child care teacher with the same amount of
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Unformatted text preview: years and same degree. I would argue that teachers need to be paid more money. Teachers are a vital part of what our children are learning and how they learn. They are not only teachers they are friends, mothers, fathers, doctors, and nurses. They encourage children how to think and not what to think so that they can make an impact on their lives as they get older. If it wasn’t for teachers where would these baseball players, politicians, and actor be. It is the teachers who taught them how to read, how to comprehend what they read, and how to add and subtract. Teachers are the reason many people are where they are today and yet they are the lowest paid professionals. When you start a new budget think about who taught you to read and calculate the budget. You didn’t do it alone. Teachers deserve a raise....
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