Study: Teacher pay on par with white-collar standards

A conservative-leaning think tank in New York City says teachers are paid on par with other white-collar workers. A study by the Manhattan Institute found that the average public school teacher in Iowa City earns 27% percent more money than the average white-collar worker, when wages are calculated per hour. However, a teachers union analysis of the data finds that teachers make $20,000 below the average for white-collar workers.

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