Considering a teaching position in Wisconsin? Following is detailed information on how every public school district in Wisconsin has treated it's teachers and the Superintendent since Act 10 took away collective bargaining rights for teachers.
During a decade of Act 10, the inflation rate was 17.04%. In any district where the average teacher pay did not increase by at least 17.04%, those teachers' actually had their pay cut.
Before you pursue employment in a Wisconsin school district, scroll down and open up our page about this district. Find out how this district has treated it's teachers since 2011, especially when they thought no one was watching. That's EXACTLY how they're going to treat you, no matter what load of lies they are promising to recruit teachers this year.
If you have some information to contribute about a particular district, we welcome your contribution. Send an email to [email protected].