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Michelle Hartman works with her elementary students at a Plantation, Fla. school. Teachers, who have historically been paid less than other professionals, have long found themselves taking second jobs. The high numbers raise long simmering questions about elevating the teaching status in the United States, and what the impact is for students in the classroom. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)
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Michelle Hartman works with her elementary students at a Plantation, Fla. school. Teachers, who have historically been paid less than other professionals, have long found themselves taking second jobs. The high numbers raise long simmering questions about elevating the teaching status in the United States, and what the impact is for students in the classroom. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)

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