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Bell Curve

1
5%

You're famous! Unfortunately, it is for being implicated in a teacher-cheating scandal. And you were only trying to help....

2
25%

You are in your second year as an elementary school teacher in a white bread suburb of Miami. You teach, they listen. No big whoop.

3
50%

You are a biology teacher at the high school level at an inner-city school. You make better money than many other teachers, but a lot of your students come from tough backgrounds and need extra attention, so it isn't the easiest job in the world.

4
75%

You are a tenured English teacher at one of the top high schools in the country. You are finally making what the very lowest-tier teachers deserve to be making.

5
95%

You are the most tenured teacher at the highest-ranked public school in the U.S., but you are more famous for your young adult bestseller: The Adventures of Poindexter Maximus, Extra Credit Overachiever Extraordinaire.

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