How much money does a school psychologist earn in South Carolina?
South Carolina seceded because of the president election. South Carolina was a southern state, and when Abraham Lincoln became president the South thought that slavery (BLACK PEOPLE) would be abolished. Sense Slavery was the southerners way to get money, they left the Union. South Carolina was the first state to secede.
A psychiatrist makes more money as they are the ones dealing with medicine. Also a psychiatrist has to go through six years of medical school while a psychologist has to go through around 2 more years to get their masters. (Ph.D, Degrees, etc.) Also for a psychologist, it depends what kind of psychologist your looking to be, it could range from around 38,000-92,000. Like many School Psychologists seem to make a lot. But experience is…
South Carolina disliked the fact that they would have to bear the problems of the government. The tariffs were used to raise money for the government. The tariff was an abomination amongst the people whom lived there. They believed that Jackson singled South Carolina out just to make John C. Calhoun a stronger Presidential candidate.
Well. . . technically . . . if you actually were a resident of antoher school district, county, or even another statement . . . it means that you were going to a school that wasn't supported by your family's tax money. That COULD be considered Fraud, I suppose, and they might fine your parents for the cost of your tuition for the school year.