A sign of the loss of cheap labor for the schools.
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Submitted by Lyle (United States), Nov 10, 2010 12:39
It used to be that the catholic schools relied on the religious to do the teaching. Those in orders are cheap, not needing a lot of money, (many have taken a vow of poverty). Vocations are down, so the schools now have to hire their teachers on the market which raises their costs.
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The Future of Capitalism replies:
Especially when the union teachers in NYC now top out above $100,000 a year, with summers and school vacations off.
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|Klein and the Catholics [137 words]||SW Jenks||Nov 10, 2010 17:35|
|⇒ A sign of the loss of cheap labor for the schools.|
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|Lyle||Nov 10, 2010 12:39|
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