Editor's Corner

Metz, Steve
September 2008
Science Teacher;Sep2008, Vol. 75 Issue 6, p8
Academic Journal
An editorial is presented on compensation for science teachers. The author reflects on the role of teachers in science education and contends that they should be paid in accordance with their value to society. The author argues that all teachers should have higher compensation, regardless of specialty. Other topics include teacher retirement, teacher recruitment, and attracting science graduates to the profession of teaching.


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