Kemp Proposes $2,000 Raise For Georgia Teachers

Governor Kemp has asked state departments to reduce their budgets so that the state can give teachers the remaining 2,000 dollars of his 2018 campaign promise to increase teachers’ salaries by 5,000 dollars. However, there have been a number of issues involved that worry Kemp, Georgia’s government, and teachers. “I am happy to get any type of bonus, but am disappointed that it is less than promised,” said World History teacher Gregory Robisch. “Anytime that one receives an increase in pay, they become more motivated to work. When I was working as an engineer, each time we got a raise we were more motivated and dedicated to our work,” said math teacher John Frederic Priesmeyer. Along with Kem

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