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Raises Reduced for Des Moines School District Officials

Seven Des Moines school district administrators once slated for raises of $5,000 to $25,000 are now poised to receive more modest pay increases, according to information released by the district.

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Michigan District Added Two Pay Steps to Teacher Pay

The Redford Union Schools superintendent is defending contract moves made last year by the district after a recent report by a public policy think tank questioned the decision.

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Fact Finder Recommends Raise for Chicago Teachers

An independent fact finder has recommended that Chicago teachers receive a 14.85 percent raise to "compensate teachers for working a longer school day and year," a union official union said Monday.

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Fort Worth School District Eyes Payment in Lieu of Raise

Fort Worth schools can't afford to give employees a pay raise, but administrators are proposing that all permanent employees get a one-time extra payment equal to 1 percent of their salary.

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Chicago Schools’ 2nd-largest Union Ratifies New Contract

Chicago Public School officials and the system’s second largest union announced Thursday they had reached a contract that will give 5,500 custodians and other workers two percent raises for each of the next three years and saves the jobs of thousands of them.

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Idaho Public Schools Budget to Fund Laptops

Legislative budget writers voted Monday to increase state support for public schools by 4.6 percent in 2013, bumping up the minimum teacher salary by $500 a year and funding education reforms approved during last year's session, including a statewide laptop program.

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Indiana School Districts Chosen for Teacher Pay Pilot

Randolph Central Schools will be among the first districts in the state to develop a new performance-based pay structure for its teachers.

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Cleveland School Board Budget Gets OK

Cleveland City Schools employees are scheduled for a 3 percent salary increase for the coming year if the Cleveland City Council approves the school system’s budget request of $38.9 million.

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L.I. Education Guru Hit by Gov. Cuomo Defends her Income

The Long Island education consultant singled out by Gov. Cuomo for raking in millions from the state insisted she’s done nothing wrong — and defended her money-making business.

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