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Pay teachers enough to attract and retain the best

I think it's policy number 14 on my website, Yang2020.com, is pay teachers more. This is an investment in ourselves. The data shows that a good teacher is worth his or her weight in gold, in terms of the increased education outcomes for all of the children in their classrooms. And when you look at the data, teachers are the most important variable consistently. We need to attract and retain the best teachers we can find, and we will all be better off for it.
Source: CNN Town Hall: 2020 presidential hopefuls , Apr 14, 2019

Improving teacher salaries improves student success

It's been demonstrated that teacher quality is the key factor in student success, and paying teachers more is an effective way to get more talented people into the classroom. My friend started a charter school that manages to pay teachers $125,000 a year on the budget of a normal school. Not surprisingly, his school has great teachers and outstanding outcomes. We should reduce layers of administration in schools and apply the money to pay teachers at higher levels, particularly those who have proven track records and results.
Source: 2020 presidential campaign website Yang2020.com , Mar 29, 2019

Require colleges to cut administrative costs

I'm frightened of what college costs today. Most of the money is not going to professors--it's going to administrators. If it doesn't directly impact the student experience, universities should take a long look at it and rein in their costs. It's likely that schools are not up to the task of bringing down their own budgets, and government will have to help them become more cost-efficient.
Source: 2020 Presidential campaign website Yang2020.com , Mar 29, 2019

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