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Here’s How Much Each Florida School District Could Get To Raise Teacher Salaries

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TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers will vote Thursday on a proposed state budget that includes spending $500 million to increase teacher salaries. Below is a breakdown of how much money each school district would receive under the teacher-salary plan. School districts within WUFT’s coverage area are bolded:

  • Miami-Dade: $60,560,108
  • Broward: $47,321,078
  • Hillsborough: $38,640,324
  • Orange: $37,397,779
  • Palm Beach: $35,844,881
  • Duval: $22,882,871
  • Polk: $18,039,377
  • Pinellas: $17,050,241
  • Lee: $16,784,848
  • Pasco: $13,311,945
  • Brevard: $12,604,362
  • Osceola: $12,106,414
  • Seminole: $11,569,902
  • Volusia: $10,400,848
  • Collier: $8,837,093
  • Manatee: $8,467,253
  • St. Johns: $7,902,945
  • Sarasota: $7,852,321
  • Lake: $7,699,595
  • Marion: $7,253,290
  • St. Lucie: $7,081,539
  • Escambia: $6,677,745
  • Clay: $6,658,050
  • Leon: $5,674,119
  • Okaloosa: $5,587,129
  • Alachua: $4,930,825
  • Santa Rosa: $4,906,320
  • Bay: $4,292,396
  • Hernando: $3,838,292
  • Martin: $3,372,735
  • Indian River: $3,001,071
  • Charlotte: $2,656,858
  • Citrus: $2,480,741
  • Nassau: $2,123,182
  • Flagler: $2,068,850
  • Highlands: $1,945,531
  • Walton: $1,751,198
  • Putnam: $1,700,986
  • Columbia: $1,622,094
  • Monroe: $1,527,157
  • Hendry: $1,458,634
  • Sumter: $1,434,793
  • Okeechobee: $1,095,123
  • Jackson: $970,423
  • Suwannee: $922,999
  • Levy: $889,792
  • Wakulla: $834,675
  • Hardee: $807,570
  • Baker: $801,036
  • DeSoto: $790,263
  • Gadsden: $778,270
  • Washington: $572,667
  • Holmes: $482,275
  • Bradford: $481,871
  • Gilchrist: $471,812
  • Taylor: $430,355
  • Madison: $380,218
  • Union: $379,138
  • Dixie: $354,676
  • Calhoun: $337,153
  • Gulf: $304,757
  • Glades: $299,211
  • Hamilton: $243,950
  • Liberty: $212,437
  • Franklin: $199,141
  • Lafayette: $187,669
  • Jefferson: $126,607
  • University schools (combined): $1,163,635
  • Virtual School: $6,164,557

Source: Florida Education Finance Program

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