- Jul 2014
Los Angeles does not seem to have that problem in "problem" areas.This cycle has also had a ton of cash allocated to it as well....without a return of investment for years if not decades. We try to invest in a good education, but when a teacher is threatened by a parent, they leave their jobs. Cleveland has a horrible time recruiting teachers. If they do find one, they will leave as soon as another position opens up somewhere else. We tried to import teachers from India a few years back with the hope of providing a good education. During the interview, the candidates were given scenarios of how they would handle certain behavioral problems and they all pretty much used corporal punishment as a solution. This would get them killed in some of these schools and the City dropped the recruitment project. Would you work in a violent area if you did not have too?
But then again the average salary for them is 67K a year.