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The Teacher's Pay Conversations Project

. . . conversations about teacher's salaries.

History reveals that there has been an unconscious unacknowledged conspiracy to keep teachers pathetically begging for salaries, supplies, and building maintenance funds. Business executives, evidence by their comparatively huge salaries, still consider their own services to be of more value than those of their mentors (their former teachers). What's at the root of this inequity? Given that payment is an acknowledgment, a communication variable that affects outcomes, it appears we are unconsciously being drawn to look more closely at the correlation between the way we acknowledge teachers and our ability to achieve and sustain an experience of love, health, and prosperity.

This project is not about giving teachers more money; as with sales professionals, a teacher's wages perfectly mirror his/her leadership-communication skills. In fact, sadly, teachers rightly earn and merit exactly what they are presently awarded. This project of conversations includes asking: What have we been non-verbally communicating by subjecting our mentors to this humiliating disrespectful treatment? Stated responsibly: "What have I been irresponsibly non-verbally communicating?"

The Teacher's Pay Conversations Project supports everyone in acknowledging his/her intentions clearly and responsibly. It's important to know that how one communicates non-verbally makes equally (yes equally) as much difference as verbal communications. Most of us are powerfully, effectively, serving as the opposition to some activist's attempts at change.

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