Home Teacher News Miami-Dade Schools Faces Tough Decisions On ‘Teacher’ Raises

Miami-Dade Schools superintendent Alberto Carvalho
Miami-Dade Schools superintendent Alberto Carvalho

Miami-Dade Schools superintendent Alberto Carvalho

Like many other school districts around the state, the Miami-Dade School District is having to make some tough decisions about how to dole out the state money appropriated to them for ‘teacher’ raises.  While the legislature and governor indicated that they wanted the money to go to teachers, based on performance, the legislation authorizing the money allows the districts to decide who and how to pay it to.  Administrators, campus police, and others are hoping to get a slice of the pie.  For up-to-date news accounts of this story, photos and to post a comment, please access the links below:

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07/24/2013 – Miami-Dade faces tough decisions on ‘teacher’ raises

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