Report examines teacher salary gap between wealthy/poor schools

A recent report states that teachers in poor schools in Cincinnati Public Schools and most other large Ohio school districts are on average paid less than their colleagues at more affluent schools. The Education Trust found that teachers in Cincinnati's poorer schools make about $2,600 less per year than their counterparts at the area's most affluent schools -- a practice that goes against state and federal policies.

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