Beverly Hills Board Of Education OK’s Teacher Salary Raises For 3 Years | BH Courier

Beverly Hills Board Of Education OK’s Teacher Salary Raises For 3 Years

Posted Thursday, September 28, 2017 – 6:25 PM

By Laura Coleman

On Tuesday, the Board of Education unanimously voted to approve a 2.17 percent employee raise for the 2017-18 year. According to a district report, that percentage translates to an average compensation increase per employee of $1,877.

However, even though the board also voted to raise employee salaries by 3 percent in 2018-19 and an additional 2.81 percent in 2019-20, Beverly Hills Unified School District Chief Administrative Officer LaTanya Kirk-Carter Latham said it was unlikely that the raises approved for the subsequent two years would happen in the absence of dramatic budget changes.

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Added: September 29, 2017 08:51 AM

How about reducing the amount of overpaid Board of Education administers. Another idea that might free up some revenue would be to stop fighting Metro on the subway! The city has wasted millions on this issue, and the only people that won are the lawyers! I'm sick and tired of city officials wasting taxpayers money and claiming they don't have enough to pay and attract quality teachers.

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