Education proposal from a local perspective
Gov. Terry Branstad has proposed education reform across the state of Iowa. The proposal includes stipulations such as increasing teacher base pay from $28,000 to $35,000, creating a teacher career ladder and forgiving loans of up to $20,000 of new education graduates teaching in Iowa.
Over five years, $187 million will be doled out to school districts across the state. As of Tuesday, schools will not receive any money for “allowable growth,” a percentage increase per student that helps schools pay for rising prices of paper, electricity and heat.
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