The average teacher salary in Michigan is over $60,000 a year, according to The Daily Caller. That is second highest in the nation when adjusted for cost of living.

Education Policy Director Michael Van Beek told the news site that state Superintendent Michael Flanagan’s suggestion that all teachers in Michigan be paid $100,000 annually would cost taxpayers about $4 billion.


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