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Educators discover errors in state wage data

6:57 PM, Jan. 27, 2013

State officials insist the public school employee salary data they compile annually is as "accurate as possible" despite errors discovered by educators over the past two weeks.

Gannett Wisconsin Media has heard from more than 20 educators in different districts about errors in the data since publishing individual wages earlier this month. The salary listings were part of a larger story on public employee compensation.

The most common issues were data that understates teachers' years of experience and level of education as well as incorrect full-time equivalency figures. Some issues ...

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