Adjusting for social economic conditions is often BS. It does say that public schools in a rich area perform equally well to a rich private schools. However, it does not say that private schools are not better than public schools. Which they are, or else parents would just send their kids to a public school. No need to pay a lot of money for an inferior or equal education.
The point that I have been making has not been a political point like the one you are trying to make. I am just stating a fact, that private schools teachers tend to be better than public schools teachers. While you stated it was the other way around, which is an incorrect statement based on your faulty thinking that a degree or a certificate make a teacher good.
So, 4.5% would be ideal. But seeing teacher compensation for some teachers increase from 120K to 150K in five years is wild imagination. I have feeling you may struggle a little with maths, and memory.I agree that would be ideal, but that depends on the negotiations.
No, you didn't. You said all teachers who have a degree are good teachers. And please don't ask me to show you where you said it again. One time is enough.I never said that, and those few bad apples need to be weeded out. What I said was that a properly qualified teacher with the necessary degrees and certifications was better than a teacher without the necessary degrees and certifications.
Also, your change didn't make it correct. No, not all teachers with a degree and certifications are better than those without. Teaching is a skill.