The Palm Beach County School District officially offered all of its teachers $2,000 raises today.
But the union representing those roughly 12,000 public school teachers says it hopes to come up with a counter-proposal over the next two weeks for what it feels is a fair way to dole out roughly $30 million in state money meant to reward teachers and other employees — including media specialists and principals.
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The teachers union plans to come back with a counter-proposal to be discussed Sept. 10 with the district. Another bargaining session is scheduled for Sept. 16.