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body, reported the Brainerd Police Department Welzant described the area where the body was found as rough terrain south of Brainerd He found out about the discovery Saturday eveningA Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office vehicle was stationed just off Business Highway 371 near Buffalo Creek about 3 miles south of Brainerd Sunday The deputy told a Brainerd Dispatch newspaper photographer the area was off limitsCrow Wing County Sheriff Todd Dahl confirmed only that remains believed to be human were found He declined to confirm the body matched the description of Welzant"We can’t jump to conclusions or anything like that yet" he saidDahl said more information would be released as it becomes availableWelzant disappeared Oct 26 2014 He was recorded on video at the Holiday Gas Station on South Sixth Street in Brainerd shortly before 3 pm In addition Brainerd police received a report at 4:30 pm from a group of people who saw Welzant heading west on the walking trail at Kiwanis ParkInitial searches included the areas of Kiwanis Park to the Buster Dog Park the Buffalo Hills Trail behind the Brainerd Water Plant as well as the woods between the Mississippi River to Central Lakes CollegeWelzant turned 50 years old this month He was diagnosed with Prader-Willi syndrome at 2 years of age a rare genetic disorder that can result in a range of physical mental and behavioral problems Welzant is described as having brown hair brown eyes and being about 5 feet 2 inches tallHe was last seen wearing dark sweat pants a dark green jacket and tennis shoesThose with information regarding Welzant’s disappearance are asked to contact the Brainerd Police Department at 218-829-2805Brainerd Dispatch reporters Spenser Bickett and Jennifer Stockinger contributed to this reportThe national polls were conducted by the New York Times the Associated Press and NPR and each found that Americans overwhelmingly believe public school teachers are underpaidThe salary issue for teachers – who in some states are paid so little that many have to take second and even third jobs to pay their bills – is hardly new US teachers earn less than 60 percent of what similarly educated professionals make according to a 2017 annual report on education around the worldBut the subject received renewed attention when teachers in West Virginia Oklahoma Kentucky Arizona Colorado and North Carolina walked out demanding higher salaries and more funding for their schools some of which are starved for basic resourcesThe strikes were largely in Republican-led states with weak union laws and it was teachers – not their unions – who planned and carried out the walkouts The "Red for Ed" movement in these states surprised the education world – and even some union leaders The organic nature of the strikes may have helped shine a different light on issues ignored for years by lawmakers and the publicThe New York Times wrote Thursday May 31:"A survey conducted in early May for The New York Times by the online polling firm SurveyMonkey found that nearly three in four adults – 71 percent – considered teacher pay too low while just 6 percent felt it was too high And two-thirds said they supported increasing the salaries of public-school teachers even if it meant raising taxes"Backing for teachers cut across demographic regional and partisan lines Even a majority of Republicans – 56 percent – said they would favor raising taxes to increase teachers’ pay"An April poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research at the University of Chicago found similar but not identical results: 78 percent of adults said public school teachers earn too little (with 6 percent saying they earn too much and 15 percent saying their salaries are fine) The 78 percent figure was up from an AP-Stanford poll taken in 2010 which found that 57 percent of Americans thought teachers did not earn enough for their work AP said Half of those surveyed said they would support higher taxes to increase teacher pay and school funding (26 percent opposed it and 23 percent had no opinion)Another poll released in April by NPR found that 75 percent of Americans think public schools teachers are underpaid This survey also asked about national teacher unions and nearly two-thirds of respondents said they approved of them – though about the same percentage said unions make it harder for bad teachers to be fired Fifty-one percent said teacher unions improve the quality of education and teachers Democrats were more supportive than Republicans (two-thirds to less than half)The NPR poll also found that three-quarters of those surveyed agreed that teachers have the right to strike The breakdown went like this: Two-thirds of Republicans said teachers should be allowed to strike while three-quarters of independents and nearly nine-tenths of Democrats agreed with that propositionA state poll in North Carolina found similar results A High Point University survey conducted in February just before West Virginia teachers went on strike found that 85 percent of North Carolina residents believed public school teachers earned too little And 75 percent said they would be willing to pay more taxes to raise average teacher compensation in the state to the national average within five years In the poll 72 percent of Democrats and 72 percent of Republicans – yes the same percentage for both – agreed with a tax increase along with 76 percent of unaffiliated residents of North CarolinaBut will the polls and the actions of teachers change anything in state legislaturesSome of the striking teachers succeeded in winning pay hikes and additional school funding – but not exactly what they were seeking And in North Carolina a measure likely to become law would raise teacher pay through salary hikes and bonuses for qualifying teachers But it’s not as much as educators had soughtWe’ll have to wait until the next school year to see if the strikes by teachers are over or just startingStory by Valerie Strauss Strauss is an education writer who authors The Answer Sheet blog She came to the Post as an assistant foreign editor for Asia in 1987 and weekend foreign desk editor after working for Reuters as national security editor and a military/foreign affairs reporter on Capitol Hill She also previously worked at UPI and the LA Times"The? 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