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Rabrrrrrr Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-17-09 05:13 PM
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9. Excellent! That'll remove what little incentive there already is to teach the poor and inner-city.
If there's one thing I hate, it's the idealistic liberal pussies who think that the poor and inner-city minorities deserve an education.
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  -Here's a provocative pay plan for teachers! Whole life commissions! Sancho  Mar-17-09 08:26 AM   #0 
  - Interesting thoughts.  ChazII   Mar-17-09 08:29 AM   #1 
  - I think it is outside the box and has a good deal of merit.  Stinky The Clown   Mar-17-09 08:32 AM   #2 
  - would it be one large fund for ALL schools, or would it be 1% to each school attended?  dysfunctional press   Mar-17-09 08:38 AM   #3 
  - I'm not sure about the business details, but commissions seem to get back...  Sancho   Mar-17-09 09:03 AM   #6 
  - I'm going to kick this again ...... it deserves some discussion  Stinky The Clown   Mar-17-09 08:52 AM   #4 
  - My family would be incredibly wealthy if this were the case  Marrah_G   Mar-17-09 09:02 AM   #5 
  - A rough estimate?  Sancho   Mar-17-09 09:18 AM   #7 
  - Flawed, at best.  lumberjack_jeff   Mar-17-09 05:05 PM   #8 
  - No kidding.  noamnety   Mar-17-09 05:13 PM   #10 
  - I was thinking about stay-at-home parents, in addition  Stargazer09   Mar-17-09 07:37 PM   #15 
  - That may be true, but...30 to 40 years is a long time....  Sancho   Mar-17-09 05:15 PM   #11 
  - Not to mention that special ed teachers would be screwn  KamaAina   Mar-17-09 05:49 PM   #13 
     - Another very good point.  lumberjack_jeff   Mar-17-09 05:50 PM   #14 
  - Excellent! That'll remove what little incentive there already is to teach the poor and inner-city.  Rabrrrrrr   Mar-17-09 05:13 PM   #9 
  - sounds like an unwieldy beauracracy  noiretextatique   Mar-17-09 05:37 PM   #12 
  - Sounds like an accounting and logistical nightmare n/t  MadHound   Mar-17-09 07:45 PM   #16 
 

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