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The American Federation of Teachers ' teacher salary survey for the 2006-07 school year found that the average teacher salary was $51,009. [53] In a salary survey report for K-12 teachers, elementary school teachers had the lowest median salary earning $39,259. High school teachers had the highest median salary earning $41,855. [54] Many teachers take advantage of the opportunity to increase their income by supervising after-school programs and other extracurricular activities. In addition to monetary compensation, public school teachers may also enjoy greater benefits (like health insurance) compared to other occupations. Merit pay systems are on the rise for teachers, paying teachers extra money based on excellent classroom evaluations, high test scores and for high success at their overall school. Also, with the advent of the internet, many teachers are now selling their lesson plans to other teachers through the web in order to earn supplemental income, most notably on TeachersPayTeachers.com. Donna CarolinaTrainers sport bianco/bianco oZGvo5

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Knowing all this, we would expect; nay, insist (one would think) that the schools, in training their students to contribute productively to the political stability and growth of America, would be democratic and non-autocratic; be governed by clear rules and due process; be guardians of individual rights of students. A student growing up in schools having these features would be ready to move right into society at large. I think it is safe to say that the individual liberties so cherished by our ancestors and by each succeeding generation will never be really secure until our youth, throughout the crucial formative years of their minds and spirits, are nurtured in a school environment that embodies these basic American truths.

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In pop music, the middle of the road matters too. We can't all be Beyoncé.

By: Anne T. Donahue
July 5, 2017
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The artists currently topping the Billboard 100 are perfectly adequate: Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Sam Hunt, and everybody involved in “Despacito” can successfully deliver a pop song that’s neither excellent nor terrible. Their singles don’t necessitate a station change, and don’t run the risk of rivalling “Humble.” They are the macaroni salad of the summer BBQ buffet—they aren’t deal breakers, but they’re certainly noticeable if absent. We need them.

Which is interesting when you remember that we’re existing in a musical culture of extremes. In pop especially, artists like Rihanna, Beyoncé, Kendrick, and Harry Styles operate in the upper echelons of pop star hierarchy, selling out concerts in seconds while feigning surprise at their all-encompassing popularity. Artists like Adele, Drake, and Ariana Grande offer excellence through their songwriting, performances, and vocal abilities, and arguably keep the industry afloat through their tours, merchandise, and record sales. Daily, we are confronted by new definitions of The Best™ and reminders that if you’re not, you’re part of the rest.

“The rest,” for the record, being the average. The fine, the mediocre, the good enough. And considering pop’s ability to filter most of the straight-up bad from the cultural gold, “medium”-level pop stars are what’s left behind by the creme de la creme. But the surprising thing is, they’re important.

There’s currency in music that straddles the line between being catchy and being unmemorable. Pop is hugely defined by the legacy of artists who’ve been one-hit wonders or delivered reasonable enough music to warrant perpetual airtime. Fifth Harmony, The Chainsmokers, and Nickelback can all be categorized as artists we know, but whose legacies are steeped in singles and not albums; whose listeners consist of loyal fans, and that’s it. Ultimately, “medium” pop acts are microcosms. They keep us busy while the artists we love to have time to grow, and the industry needs them to even the score.

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, and to wonder aloud how the once-mighty have managed to fall. But comparison is key: genres may differ, artists’ abilities vary, but we use the mediocrity of some to make the others seem better. Compared to Fifth Harmony and their recent fallout with Camilla, Little Mix’s music seems a little more fun and reflective of drama-free collaboration. Compared to Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith’s vocals are a little more impressive. (Or vice versa, if you want to talk about who can play guitar best.) On the flip side, Liam Payne’s single seems like a petty tantrum (“Used to be in 1D / now I’m free”), while Harry’s solo debut came across as thought-out and largely grown-up. And as for The Chainsmokers? They exist to make Justin Bieber look a little bit better.

But perhaps most importantly, we should never underestimate the power of “fine.” Not every artist can change the game, and nor should we expect them to—particularly since nothing’s as big of a buzzkill as interrupting a jam to point out technical inabilities within a song or where lyrics lack in originality. After all, our youths are largely shaped by songs that have been “good enough.” Ace of Base’s “The Sign,” Aqua’s “Barbie Girl,” Lou Bega’s “Mambo No. 5,” and anything by 98 Degrees were what soundtracked school dances, bad bars, and parties. Mediocrity, while not sustainable in the long run, can take us through an evening before we need to delve back into what resonates deeper. Filler is important, whether musically or when snacking. Nobody wants to be John Cusack in , high on their own self-importance.

Not to mention that “medium” pop sells. For over a decade, Nickelback have played and sold-out stadiums. Katy Perry played Glastonbury and BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend this year (to high acclaim, regardless of the critical disdain for ), and Imagine Dragons are consistently nominated for major music awards. And when looking at the music industry, this matters: these acts employee producers, publicists, marketers, set designers, and the slew of other professionals, ultimately keeping the rest of the industry—and the artists we really care about—afloat. So yes, certain pop acts exist in the middle of the pyramid, but they prop up our kings and queens. We need them.

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The advance in the attribution of the observed changes to specific causes from the SAR to the AR4 is paralleled by the advance in the detection of the changes in global mean temperature, which in AR4 were presented as a fact expressed by the statement that the “warming of the climate system is unequivocal,” thus without using uncertainty qualifiers. This factual statement was the result of the assessment of multiple, independent lines of evidence. Factual statements carry a substantial weight in a key document such as the Summaries for Policymakers of Working Group contributions or the Synthesis Report. Therefore, a prerequisite is a clear consensus in the underlying report which must be based on multiple lines of independent, high-quality evidence.

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Working Group I AR4 synthesis of projected global mean temperature increase in 2090 to 2099 (relative to the 1980 to 1999 average) and associated uncertainties for the six SRES marker scenarios. All quantitative estimates for projected warming by the end of the 21st century available at the time of the assessment from a hierarchy of climate and carbon cycle models have been combined into a single estimate of the range of uncertainty for each emissions scenario using expert judgment. For more technical information on the individual estimates and their combination see Meehl et al. ( 2007 ) and Knutti et al. ( 2008 ). [Figure from Meehl et al. 2007 ]

The challenge of the assessment process is to synthesize this information into one uncertainty range. Due to the variety, different quality and origin of the information, a formal procedure is not available and expert judgment is called for in the synthesis, the last step of the assessment of uncertainty. The result of this final expert judgment is the −40% to +60% range shown as the grey bars in Fig. GeoxKILWI GIRL Hightop trainers pink/multicolour zcqScssrbc
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The earliest known work of parody to poke fun at the indiscriminate use of "literally" in everyday conversations can be attributed to a MADtv sketch series starring comedians Michael McDonald and Nicole Sullivan as Clyde and Judith, a married couple from L.A. who frequently use the word "literally" while insulting, annoying, and angering the people around them. The pilot sketch of the "Literally" series was originally aired as part of MADtv's Season 5, Episode 12 on January 8th, 2000 (shown below).