Edinburg CISD employees start new school year with 4% pay increase
Edinburg teachers started the new school year Monday with higher salaries.
The Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District board of trustees approved a 4% pay increase for the 2020-2021 school year.
Teachers received a 4% pay increase. All other employees received a raise that equated to 4% of the salary midpoint for the position.
Along with higher pay, the school board approved a $500 stipend for eligible employees and increased the school district's contribution to employee health insurance plans, which offset increased health care costs.
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