Michigan districts hire more experienced teachers

09/19/2010 | Detroit Free Press

Michigan districts have opted to hire many experienced teachers rather than the new teachers they were expected to recruit after implementing a retirement-incentive program. The program was intended to replace veteran teachers earning higher salaries with new graduates who would be paid less. However, only two of 15 districts that were polled hired more new teachers, as the remaining districts hired more experienced teachers.

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