WATCH: Brevard Public Schools Superintendent Mark Mullins Offers Teacher Pay Raises Over District’s Prior Offer

By  //  June 17, 2019

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Mullins announced that the district would raise recurring raises from 1.6% to 2.3%

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Space Coast Daily’s Chris Bonanno interviews Brevard County School Board superintendent Mark Mullins, who has made a recommendation to the board that offered an increase in teacher raises relative to the district’s prior offer

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: At a press conference on Monday morning, Brevard County School Board superintendent Mark Mullins made a recommendation to the board that offered an increase in raises relative to the district’s prior offer.

BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA – At a press conference on Monday morning, Brevard County School Board superintendent Mark Mullins made a recommendation to the board that offered an increase in teacher raises relative to the district’s prior offer.

Mullins announced that the district would raise recurring raises from 1.6% to 2.3%.

Additionally, teachers that work with exceptional education students would see their teaching supplement raised from $165 to $835.

Finally, the district said it maintained its offer of a bonus to all teachers of $650.

“Further, all first-year teachers in 2018 will be receiving a $500 retention bonus provided that they are returning for the 2019-2020 school year,” Mullins said.

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