EDMONDS, Wash. - A tentative agreement between the Edmonds School District and the teachers union would ensure that teachers in Edmonds will receive as much as a 20 percent increase, the Everett Herald reported Wednesday.
The Edmonds Education Association has a general membership meeting on Aug. 28, during which the union is expected to ratify the agreement.
Pending approval from school board directors, the salary hikes would take effect on Sept. 1. The first day of school in the Edmonds Public School district is Sept. 5.
On KIRO 7 News at 6, how the salary increases in Edmonds could impact the ongoing contract negotiations between the Seattle Education Association and the Seattle Public Schools. Watch on TV or here.
First-year teachers would be paid nearly $63,000 per year and veteran teachers would top out at $114,000 per year, according to the agreement.
Click here for more information on the tentative agreement from the Everett Herald.
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