Florida teachers will get raises next year
Florida's teachers are going to get a pay raise, but not until next year.
The House and Senate made the decision late Sunday.
Teachers will get a raise in June 2014, and how much they get is based on their performance.
Those ranked as "effective" will be eligible for a $2,500 pay increase, and those ranked "highly effective" will be eligible for $3,500.
A total of $480,000 million has been set aside for the raises, which also would be available to principals, assistant principals, librarians and guidance counselors.
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