Hillsborough teachers not impressed with bonus offer

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Teachers in Hillsborough County are still in labor negotiations with the school district, including for promised pay raises.

To find out where things stand after what the teachers consider a weak proposal this week, WMNF News spoke with Stephanie Baxter-Jenkins, the executive director of the Hillsborough teacher’s union, Hillsborough Classroom Teachers Association (HCTA).

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