Bill would raise pay for Okla. special educators

03/15/2013 | KWTV-TV (Oklahoma City)

Oklahoma lawmakers are considering ways to address a statewide shortage of special-education teachers. A recent bill proposes a 10% salary increase for teachers who work with students with profound disabilities and autism, and an additional 5% raise if teachers remain with a district for five years.

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