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According to the National Council on Teacher Quality New Mexico teachers are among the most poorly paid in the nation. Starting pay in the Las Cruces district is already ten thousand dollars less than the El Paso Independent Schools. But it appears pay in Las Cruces will be cut even further due to a budget crisis.The budget shortfall this year in Las Cruces Public Schools was 7.6 million dollars. To deal with the crisis the district instituted a hiring freeze, cut the number of assistant...
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