RS7 Return – Can You Afford to Opt-in to the Pay Parity Funding?

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Opting-In to Pay Parity Funding. Some service may opt-out and then lose their teachers to other services that have opted in. Others opting-in to pay parity funding could risk becoming insolvent. It’s bonus money for services already paying all their […]

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