Times-Herald staff report Posted:
Vallejo teachers could get a 2.5 percent raise if the school board approves a new agreement.
The public will get a chance tonight to view the new deal between the Vallejo City Unified School District and the Vallejo Education Association, which has been in negotiations for about a year.
The tentative agreement would give teachers a 2.5 percent pay raise retroactive to July 1 — in line with pay raises offered or approved for the district’s management and classified employees — among other changes.
The raises for teachers is expected to cost the district an additional $1.2 million.