Last night, the board of trustees unanimously approved a new Austin ISD compensation package for the 2023–24 school year. Why it matters: The package provides meaningful raises for all teachers and staff:
Beginning in July 2023, all employees in all departments and at all campuses—full-time, part-time and substitutes—will get paid twice per month. Employees will receive their paychecks on the 15th and the last business day of each month, which is 24 paychecks…
Update on the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program Last month, we shared information about the temporary changes made to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. These changes, called the “Limited PSLF Waiver,” are helping borrowers across the…
Last week, we celebrated the outstanding work of our teachers, staff, and volunteers as we close out a remarkable year. Several outstanding educators took home honors at the annual Salute awards May 12:
On Thursday, two elementary teachers at Perez and Ortega and two secondary teachers at Clifton Career Development School and at Lively Middle School found out they were finalists for Austin ISD Teacher of the Year (TOY).
Our Board of Trustees approved adding two extra paid days off for teachers and other campus-based staff this spring.
Austin ISD teachers could receive a $1,000 base pay raise in addition to a 2% raise of the midpoint of their pay scale in the new school year.
After reflecting on input that I and members of our leadership team recently received from many of our staff and families, I wanted to let you know where we’ve landed on the schedule for next school year. I also wanted to share how we’re proposing to use…
Austin ISD staff would get a 2% pay increase if the district hits its enrollment goal of 77,351 students by October under an agreement reached this week.