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(KSL News) Legislators promised a pay raise for Utah teachers in the last legislative session, but now can they deliver?
Lawmakers have been crunching the numbers for weeks with education officials to give the $2,500 raise.
Now, they are upset because the number of certified teachers has changed, resulting in a smaller raise for everyone.
The state schools superintendent has denied claims that districts inappropriately inflated their numbers.