INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Indianapolis Public Schools teachers are getting a raise.
The IPS school board approved a pay increase at its meeting Thursday night.
According to the district, all teachers are on two-year contracts.
In the first year, the plan provides a minimum raise of about $1,400. The maximum bump in pay a teacher could see in year one would be more than $2,600.
In year two, IPS says teachers get at least a $1,500 increase and a maximum raise of about $2,700.
The raise goes into effect on July 26.
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