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Georgia Paying Teachers Extra $3,000 a Year to Teach in Rural, Low Performing Schools

Some Georgia teachers who agree to work in certain rural or low performing schools could get an extra $3,000 a year for five years under a bill advancing in the state House. The House Education Committee on Thursday approved House Bill 32. Up to 1,000 teachers would get a tax credit for agreeing to work in targeted districts. If teachers…