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  2. Teacher - Wikipedia

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    Median salaries for preschool teachers, however, were less than half the national median for secondary teachers, clock in at an estimated $21,000 in 2004. For high school teachers, median salaries in 2007 ranged from $35,000 in South Dakota to $71,000 in New York, with a national median of $52,000.

  3. Separation of church and state in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Kurtzman, 403 U.S. 602 (1971), the court determined that a Pennsylvania state policy of reimbursing the salaries and related costs of teachers of secular subjects in private religious schools violated the Establishment Clause. The court's decision argued that the separation of church and state could never be absolute: "Our prior holdings do not ...

  4. Supply and demand - Wikipedia

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    In microeconomics, supply and demand is an economic model of price determination in a market.It postulates that, holding all else equal, in a competitive market, the unit price for a particular good, or other traded item such as labor or liquid financial assets, will vary until it settles at a point where the quantity demanded (at the current price) will equal the quantity supplied (at the ...

  5. Parental leave - Wikipedia

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    Only employees of state-owned enterprises and civil servants are entitled to paternity leave which is two weeks, while women civil servants are entitled to one year worth of parental leave, including the maternity leave. Germany. Maternity leave in Germany is 14 weeks (6 prenatal and 8 postnatal), and parental leave is 3 years.

  6. Employee benefits - Wikipedia

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    The portion paid by employees is deducted from their gross pay before federal and state taxes are applied. Some benefits would still be subject to the Federal Insurance Contributions Act tax (FICA), such as 401(k) [11] and 403(b) contributions; however, health premiums, some life premiums, and contributions to flexible spending accounts are ...

  7. United States Senate - Wikipedia

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    The senator in each state with the longer time in office is known as the senior senator, while the other is the junior senator. For example, majority leader Chuck Schumer is the senior senator from New York, having served in the senate since 1999, while Kirsten Gillibrand is New York's junior senator, having served since 2009.

  8. List of current United States senators - Wikipedia

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    Michigan State University (BA, MSW) January 3, 2001 2024 Class 1 Lansing: Gary Peters: Democratic December 1, 1958 (age 64) United States Navy Reserve officer Financial advisor Lawyer College professor and lecturer U.S. House Michigan Senate: Alma College . University of Detroit Wayne State University (JD, MA) Michigan State University

  9. House Republican Conference - Wikipedia

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    State Congress Dates Justin S. Morrill: VT 38th–39th: 1863–1867 N/A: 40th: 1867–1869 Robert C. Schenck: OH 41st: 1869–1871 Nathaniel P. Banks: MA Austin Blair: MI 42nd: 1871–1873 Horace Maynard: TN 43rd: 1873–1875 George W. McCrary: IA 44th: 1875–1877 Eugene Hale: ME 45th: 1877–1879 William P. Frye: ME 46th: 1879–1881 George M ...

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