Factory Tours Mean Richer Teachers

A bill designed to make it easier for public school teachers to get more money has moved through State House committee and is now before the full body. Factory Tours Mean Richer Teachers -- House Bill 1816 would allow teachers, guidance counselors and other school administrators to receive  education credits if they visit certain manufacturing facilities for in-person tours and orientation programs, reports State Rep. Jim Cox (R-129).  Education credits allow teachers to advance a step in the pay scale so it looks like they may soon be able to tour Yeungling Brewery and get a permanent raise.

House Bill 1816 would allow teachers, guidance counselors and other school administrators to receive  education credits if they visit certain manufacturing facilities for in-person tours and orientation programs, reports State Rep. Jim Cox (R-129).  Education credits allow teachers to advance a step in the pay scale so it looks like they may soon be able to tour Yeungling Brewery and get a permanent raise.

The only bright side would be the taxpayer would not have pay the teacher’s college tuition bill which would be the usual route to this raise.

Factory Tours Mean Richer Teachers

2 thoughts on “Factory Tours Mean Richer Teachers”

  1. There must be a payback here! Who are the teachers supporting and by how much money are the supporters getting from the deep-pocketed teachers’ union?

  2. There just has to be a way to get term limits. Nothing is impossible. Let’s give ourselves a Christmas present by working for the possible.

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