Mary Rodriguez a special education teacher an swim coach at Hiram Johnson High School in a class room she shares with another teacher on Thursday. As funding grows following years of budget cuts, California school districts are increasing expenditures for school administrator pay faster than they are raising spending for teacher pay, according to a Bee review of state financial data.
Mary Rodriguez a special education teacher an swim coach at Hiram Johnson High School in a class room she shares with another teacher on Thursday. As funding grows following years of budget cuts, California school districts are increasing expenditures for school administrator pay faster than they are raising spending for teacher pay, according to a Bee review of state financial data. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Mary Rodriguez a special education teacher an swim coach at Hiram Johnson High School in a class room she shares with another teacher on Thursday. As funding grows following years of budget cuts, California school districts are increasing expenditures for school administrator pay faster than they are raising spending for teacher pay, according to a Bee review of state financial data. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com