Washington Post: Stemming the tide of teacher turnover in Virginia

On a typical school day, Virginia educators will teach classes across multiple subjects, provide personal social and emotional support for students inside and outside the classroom, manage after-school programs, and grade assignments or prepare lesson plans. They might have a second job to make ends meet.

It is no surprise that K-12 teachers have stressful jobs. On top of the daily challenges, our children’s teachers face the most significant pay gap in the country, earning more than $35,000 less a year in comparison to college graduates in the state.

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