If North Carolina’s governor could follow President Obama’s advice on raising the minimum wage, perhaps teachers could come out ahead on their 2008-09 raise of 1.2 percent. As a teacher with a master’s degree and certification in four subject areas, and a career that has spanned over 29 years, I received only a $30-a-month increase as a pay raise.
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