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April 11, 2010


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David Bernstein

Given that California's overall tax burden is well above the national average, it hardly seems likely that Prop 13 is to blame. Here's an idea: since private (and public, via employees) have all taken a pay hit during the recession, what if teachers' wages or pensions were cut instead of cutting school days? There's a reason that won't happen, and it's spelled N-E-A.

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