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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Daisy Stewart
While most teachers don't get into the field to become wealthy, the relatively low salaries - when compared with counterparts in countries such as South Korea and the Netherlands - can affect morale, said Daisy Stewart, associate director for academic programs at Virginia Tech University's School of Education.
Despite the relatively low pay and likelihood that they eventually will get caught up in political fights, Ms. Stewart said, her students haven't become disenchanted with the profession, and she remains optimistic that future teachers will be happier with their career choice than the current crop.