Turkeyfoot in Southwest Pennsylvania is one of the lowest paying school districts in the state. Teachers can start at just $22,000 a year. That low salary is making it difficult to attract and retain qualified educators there. Now some people, including Gov. Tom Wolf, are calling for an across-the-board raise for teachers, saying it will avert the shortage. So why do some critics say this is only a Band-Aid solution to a more complicated problem? And does it put teacher salaries over student needs? Keystone Crossroads reporters Jen Kinney and Avi Wolfman-Arent explain on this episode of The Why.