Texas district concerned as pay raises are used to compete for teachers

08/19/2014 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Leaders in one small school district in the Houston area say a trend of pay increases for teachers in neighboring districts is threatening their recruitment efforts. Many districts -- including the Tomball district, which had about 12,000 students last year -- now have raised starting teachers' salaries to $50,000 per year or a little more as districts compete to hire and retain top talent.

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