Want to keep and recruit teachers? Bump their pay by 15 grand, suggests Arizona Town Hall

Report also recommends closing loopholes in the corporate income tax system, creating a statewide property tax, creating a sales tax on energy that is sold out of state and on tourism and entertainment activities

By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | Arizona Daily Sun

Members of the 110th Arizona Town Hall are recommending that the state spend around $900 million more a year to raise teacher pay by an average of $15,000 in order to recruit and keep teachers.

The organization released a list of recommendations after an intensive four-day town hall last week. Those recommendations include

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