LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Educators in the Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District received good news, as they will be receiving more money this upcoming school year. This week, the district approved a three percent pay raise, which would average about $1,200 per year.
The raise will have an effect for veteran teachers, those who have a master's degree, as well as support staff.
Veteran teachers will also be receiving a service bonus of $100 per year, up to ten years. Those with a master's degree will receive another $1,100. Cooper's support staff and other district employees also received a raise.
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