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Wisconsin teachers are more likely to search out better jobs and move on, since the Act 10 collective bargaining limits took effect almost three years ago.
The Appleton Post-Crescent said 145 teachers and administrators resigned from public schools in the Fox Valley in the last school year. That's 41 percent more than previous year, and almost double from 2011 just before the controversial Republican bargaining clampdown took effect.
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