Teachers in the biggest county in North Central Florida may soon see their promised pay raise.
Teachers in Marion County are expected to receive a minimum of $2,000 added to their salary by February.
Gov. Rick Scott promised the pay raise nearly 8 months ago.
The pay raises could not be distributed until the school district and the teachers union reached an agreement on the teacher pay increase.
After five months of negotiations a tentaive agreement has been settled.
Some educators may receive a $2,000 pay raise while others could get as much as a $32,000.
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