Opportunity Culture® in the News: Thanksgiving Advice!

by | November 26, 2013

“There’s no better time to convince your whole family that teacher salaries must go up than at Thanksgiving Dinner. You’ve got a captive audience full of loved ones who are too full to move, so ignore the old adage to not discuss politics at the dinner table,” says the Teacher Salary Project in its “Guide to Surviving a Political Conversation at Thanksgiving.”

Check out their script for offering a toast to teachers to kick off your dinner, plus facts and research any family member can chew over, no matter where they sit on the political spectrum–including how an Opportunity Culture® can pay teachers more, within budget.

Happy Thanksgiving, and here’s to all the great teachers in our lives!

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