While Palm Beach County teachers enter this school year knowing they will get a raise, just how much more money the district can put in their checks remains unclear.
“At least they are making an honest effort to say, ‘We do have this money.’ Now we can look for other money,” Lynn Cavall, executive director of the Classroom Teachers Association, said Monday.
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