By Richard Mann
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The salary of the Brazilian public school teacher is "horrible", according to one of the greatest education specialists in Brazil, researcher Maria Inês Fini, in an interview with UOL. She is the former president of INEP (National Institue of Educational Researches Anísio Teixeira).
Maria Inês Fini commented on the teacher's current wage floor of R$2,557 (US$640) per month, and on the OECD's (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) survey released on Tuesday, June 19th, showing teachers' salaries in Brazil in the lowest rankings among the . . .