Baltimore County Public Schools employees will get salary increases this year under a $76 million plan announced Tuesday by county and schools leaders. But the plan will come at a significant cost to the school system, one that has still not been identified. It also commits the school system to cutting its budget by $19 million next school year to continue to pay for the raises. Of the $76 million, about $30 million will come from a school budget surplus from last fiscal year and another $46 million from one-time federal COVID-relief funds.
Baltimore County executive, school superintendent announce pay raise plan
September 28, 2022