Spending plan boosts funding for charter schools, includes raises for teachers
By Daniel Laverty
Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 10:42 am (Updated: July 2, 10:37 am)
The Jeffco school board voted 3-2 last Thursday to approve the district’s 2014-15 budget — a $1 billion spending plan that increases teachers’ salaries and funding for charter schools.
Teachers, who have not had a pay increase in four years, will benefit from the $4.8 million earmarked for salary increases, which will equate to an average 2.5 percent raise per teacher.
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