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    "V" wrote:
    I'm sure that the top 5% of teachers get paid very well, just as the top 5% of athletes do.

    Tenure does not only apply to college professors.
    lol!

    How can you compare that?

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    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "V" wrote:
    I'm sure that the top 5% of teachers get paid very well, just as the top 5% of athletes do.

    Tenure does not only apply to college professors.
    lol!

    How can you compare that?
    I would rather be in the bottom 95% of teachers, atleast they get a paycheck. The bottom 95% of athletes become gas station attendents making minimum wage.

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    http://westfieldnjk12.org/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectionid=1

    You can try to find it on there Zeus, but I don't know if it is.

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    "Mr" wrote:
    http://westfieldnjk12.org/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectionid=1

    You can try to find it on there Zeus, but I don't know if it is.
    Nothing there about long-term benefits besides the basics.


    Thanks for the link.
    I'm sure that "tenure" is a more palatable term for "guaranteed employment, even if you suck."

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    Wow this interesting . . . a MOSS thread got hijacked into a teacher's salary debate.
    Who would've thunk it!!
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    "sleepagent" wrote:
    Wow this interesting . . . a MOSS thread got hijacked into a teacher's salary debate.
    Who would've thunk it!!
    ;D
    We'll just have to start a teachers thread to end up talking about the original subject matter.

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    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Mr" wrote:
    http://westfieldnjk12.org/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectionid=1

    You can try to find it on there Zeus, but I don't know if it is.
    Nothing there about long-term benefits besides the basics.


    Thanks for the link.
    I'm sure that "tenure" is a more palatable term for "guaranteed employment, even if you suck."

    =Z=
    Yeah it basically is.

    But I know it goes by education level, and years of service. My throwing coach and gym teacher is actually the highest paid teacher in the school. He was #2 before my history teacher retired last year, he taught in NY for 35 or 40 years, and had a huge pension plan. Then came to Westfield, which is a very high paying district, and he has a phd, so he was making like 120,000 a year, plus his NY pension.

    I know administrators make a lot as well, I was told the AD makes 150.

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    "Mr" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Mr" wrote:
    http://westfieldnjk12.org/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectionid=1

    You can try to find it on there Zeus, but I don't know if it is.
    Nothing there about long-term benefits besides the basics.


    Thanks for the link.
    I'm sure that "tenure" is a more palatable term for "guaranteed employment, even if you suck."

    =Z=
    Yeah it basically is.

    But I know it goes by education level, and years of service. My throwing coach and gym teacher is actually the highest paid teacher in the school. He was #2 before my history teacher retired last year, he taught in NY for 35 or 40 years, and had a huge pension plan. Then came to Westfield, which is a very high paying district, and he has a phd, so he was making like 120,000 a year, plus his NY pension.

    I know administrators make a lot as well, I was told the AD makes 150.
    I thought this was "THE OFFICIAL RANDY MOSS THREAD".
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    "Mr" wrote:


    Yeah it basically is.

    But I know it goes by education level, and years of service. My throwing coach and gym teacher is actually the highest paid teacher in the school. He was #2 before my history teacher retired last year, he taught in NY for 35 or 40 years, and had a huge pension plan. Then came to Westfield, which is a very high paying district, and he has a phd, so he was making like 120,000 a year, plus his NY pension.

    I know administrators make a lot as well, I was told the AD makes 150.
    150K a year to teach gym class and coach!?!
    Dang, thats impressive.
    It also seems kind of odd that the guy has a Phd and is teaching gym class.
    Either way, impressive gig.
    I wish I was a teacher.

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    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
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    Yeah it basically is.

    But I know it goes by education level, and years of service. My throwing coach and gym teacher is actually the highest paid teacher in the school. He was #2 before my history teacher retired last year, he taught in NY for 35 or 40 years, and had a huge pension plan. Then came to Westfield, which is a very high paying district, and he has a phd, so he was making like 120,000 a year, plus his NY pension.

    I know administrators make a lot as well, I was told the AD makes 150.
    150K a year to teach gym class and coach!?!
    Dang, thats impressive.
    It also seems kind of odd that the guy has a Phd and is teaching gym class.
    Either way, impressive gig.
    I wish I was a teacher.
    My coach isnt the athletic director. The AD actually has less experience than this coach does, but hes an administrator, so I guess thats why he makes so much.


    And RK, would you rather hear me argue about Moss topics, or talk about teacher salaries?

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