Local public schoolteachers could see raises as early as this summer thanks to a much-publicized influx of more than $30 million in state funding, according to Palm Beach County School District officials.
The exact amount of individual raises, as well as the how and when teachers will see that money will have to be negotiated with the teachers union, district officials said. But with collective bargaining scheduled to begin later this month, thousands of teachers and other district employees could begin receiving the raises by the time they return to work in the summer.
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