Many teachers in Wisconsin are getting their largest raise in years. Inflation has a lot to do with it. The Milwaukee school board this week approved a four-point-seven percent raise for teachers, the most state law allows. Wisconsin’s Act Ten law ties teacher raises to inflation, and because inflation is skyrocketing this year, so is teacher pay. School boards in West Allis, Kenosha, Oshkosh, Green Bay, and Eau Claire are doing the same.